Giant sets involve training one large muscle group using 3 or 4 exercises that are performed in sequence before taking a 2-3 minute rest period. For instance, if you decide to train legs, you can do a set of:

back squats

leg press

leg extensions



Aim for 8-12 repetitions for each exercise. In terms of getting set up for the giant set, you’ll first need to establish the weight you can use to get those reps in. Start with the squat and do your 1-2 warm up sets and then set it aside and move onto the leg press. Do the same with all of the other exercises. Once the weights are set up, you’re ready to start. Make sure to do each exercise back-to-back in order until all 4 exercises are complete. Then rest for 2-3 minutes and repeat 2-3 more times. All you need is 3-4 rounds of this. And if you’ve pushed yourself hard enough, your legs will be toast and you won’t have any more juice left in the tank!

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