How to do a Resistance Band Drop Set **Intensifier** for any exercise. A neurological overload stimulus technique to add intensity onto any resistance band exercise for maximum growth.
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How to do a Resistance Band Drop Set **Intensifier** for any exercise video subtitles export
Hi guys how’s it going to your TRX Traveller Adam here a real quick one in my programs especially what I create these their band video is for the muscle builder I use a technique called the drop set and in it I say if you find it very hard and just do partials or intensifies now what I’d like to show you in this video is what I mean by that and so I’ll show a couple of examples this first one I’ll show you the tricep tricep extension so once you’ve done your 3 sets you’ve done your 3 sets or 2 sets however many sets the plan calls for and you’ve done your last one your last rest with your last set and you then see the pink right and it says now go straight into the drop set the drop set is the same exercise but it’s going to be intense so if I just finished my last set on TRX tricep extensions and it’s the normal ones and I’m being pulling right down and now I’m on the drop set all I do is I just rest a little bit I might be a little bit tired so for these next three sets I might just pull my hands down a little bit so it’s a little bit looser such a bit easier and then I’m going straight into it again so so I’ll bash out straight away the next set and then I’ll rest then I’ll do the next set and then I’ll say rest for one or two seconds up to five seconds and then I’ll do the next set now these are very tacks on these drop sets now if you start getting stuck what I’d advise you to do is so if you’ve done your first drop set and you can’t on your second one you get into there and you just can’t do it the first step is to just lower the bands there’s less tension so it’s less was easier so you can do this the second step would be just to do partials and Parcells just mean half a movement so perhaps you can only go over there that’s fine but just keep the consistency of the four seconds back up so it’s one two three four explode one two three four explode one two three four and this applies that all exercises even if you do in a squat so if you doing squats and you’re on the drop set of the squat and I had the band over me and I was really struggling to get down and come back up just do partials so I might be on my second or third drop set the final one I might be really naked instead of going all the way down just go halfway and go back up and then one two three four and back up and then one two three four so just taking it to partials and that’s absolutely fine to do half reps or partial reps to complete the drop set as long as you can feel the muscles being so worked and challenged that you can’t physically complete a full range of motion rep then go for it that’s absolutely fine the same said for biceps you know if I was doing bicep curls and the band was under my feet here and I was curling with a band perhaps on the second or third drop set I’m after doing three normal sets bending the drop set I’m naked and I can’t I just can’t physically curl anymore that’s fine just curl to there and go down four one two three four curl to there down to one two three four you know sometimes on the last drop set I’m so naked my bicep so whichever muscle I’m working is so tired I can only just do little pumps and down four one two three four little pumps and when we get into that stage of any any muscle group we know we’ve worked it to the max because the muscle fibers can’t we’ve exhausted them all we can’t even fire enough to do a full range of motion and that’s what we want that’s over stimulus that’s real progression that’s always stimulating the nervous system and it’s burning out all the muscle fibers in there so we’re going to send so much blood and we’re going to tell our body to rebuild more and better then it’s exactly what we want so that’s how to do the drop sets they just carry straight on from the exercise you’ve been doing you then carry straight on and you build an up to drop sets you want to push your body as hard as you can the sets before you know especially the first set of an exercise you’re kind of getting into it and you’re feeling you get mind to muscle contraction the second set you it feels much better you rest for maybe 40 seconds the third set you’re really on it and you pump in you can feel blood and then we go into a drop set and it’s just ultimate development it’s really where and down the muscles that were working so yeah if you’ve got any questions on the drop sets or high sort of still struggling understand just leave a comment below and I’ll explain to you like a PHA this is this is specifically for other programs I designed for resistance bands I love to incorporate drop sets in to get that tension and to really overwork the muscle hope that’s helped thanks very much for watching [Music]