100 Rep Finisher
A 100 rep finisher sends fat burning hormones through the roof while driving nutrients into hard working muscles for excellent rates of growth. A finishing set takes full advantage of the ideal conditions created by all of the prior sets during a well-planned training session. The idea is not to crush muscles into oblivion, but rather to further stimulate a larger cross section of muscle fibers with great potential for growth using one strategically placed multi-phase strip set.
100 Rep Finisher
Adding the 100 rep finisher at the end of your training session a couple hours before Thanksgiving dinner is a great way to prevent body fat accumulation by sending metabolism through the roof. Highly dense strip sets drive excess nutrients including carbohydrates from mom’s mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie into hungry muscles instead of spilling over into fat cells with the assistance of Alpha Omega M3.
By: Eric Serrano MD and Scott Mendelson
Make muscles fuller and your belly look leaner on Black Friday
Play your cards right and muscles will look extremely full on Black Friday while body fat levels appear to be significantly lower. Packing a huge amount of quality work into a short period of time drives nutrients into muscle bellies including carbohydrate, water, and proprietary amino acid ratios from 100% MR + Muscle Synthesis Powder. This super re compensation process may reduce mid-section water retention and buildup of waste material.
Sipping extra 100% MR and Muscle Synthesis Powder before, during and immediately after any session including a 100 rep finishing set is absolutely crucial to prevent overtraining. Do not attempt a finishing set or other advanced training strategies without adequate recovery support. The proprietary ratios of amino acids Dr. Eric Serrano MD developed will ensure that you benefit from every single rep by providing muscles with the ideal ratios of recovery as well recovery materials within seconds of drinking. Dairy based protein shakes such as whey provide too little, too late. Oh and by the way whey as well as casein shakes are a leading cause of water retention as well as bloating which can kill six pack definition.
The perfect muscle growth opportunity
This is one example of a special treatment that we can attach to a training session that changes on a weekly basis. Personalized weight training, nutrition and fat burning interval program clients who are very experienced will have elements of their workout change on a weekly basis to keep stimuli fresh. The greater the experience level of training, the greater the need for strategic rotations of tactics to avoid staleness.
Advanced Client Program Design Considerations
Our personalized program clients may use 100 rep finishers every other week during a six week training phase to keep stimuli fresh. There are a number of other special tactics we may use at the end of a training session during the other three weeks of the program to serve as a strategic contrast.
Keeping training sessions following warm up to forty five minutes or less is ideal for most trainees for high performance as well as recovery purposes. Accounting for the time length of a 100 rep finisher when planning a training session especially if this tactic will be used for two different exercises. Reducing the number of total sets during the workout is necessary for a majority of trainees.
Emphasize proper form
Executing the proper form is very important for minimizing injury risk and to gain the most benefits from every set. Reduce the weight load over the course of the 100 rep finisher by 10 to 15% as needed. Ending the sequence with very light weights relative to what may typically used is perfectly normal due to accumulated fatigue.
Uneven range of motion
After reviewing the videos we can see that at times the dumbbells did not track evenly during Peter’s pressing movements. This is largely due to accumulated fatigue during a long night of filming videos in Belfast Northern Ireland. Having a friend record your 100 rep finishing set and other advanced tactics will help you identify areas of improvement to make during future training sessions. Peter has some shoulder dysfunction history that we will need to address with specific warm ups to properly activate musculature. There is also a need to fix weaknesses or tissue injuries to restore a greater range of motion for both arms.