March 09, 2013
The sequence in which you execute your exercises can be a significant variable that influences the quality of the training session, particularly if you are lifting hefty loads. The majority of authorities believe that training the larger muscle groups (compound exercises) first (in order) delivers a superior training incentive to all of the muscles involved. This is believed to be accurate because exercising more muscles (in larger groups) excites greater neural, endocrine, metabolic, and cardiovascular reactions, which theoretically enhances the training of following muscles as the training session continues. Therefore, more intricate multi-joint compound exercises should be executed at first,...