Opposite side sequence...

Hi Paul,

I asked this in an email and you gave me a great answer. I thought I should get this on the forum for everyone else:

When performing an exercise for both sides of the body, (ie: biceps, etc.) should you perform position 1 on the right and then left, then position 2 right/left, etc. or do all 3 movements on the right and then do the left?

Thanks,
Brent W.

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by: Paul from Isometric-Training.com

Hi Brent,

Thanks for posting the questions here. This is the reply that I sent out. Hope it helps others too. ;-)

You can do position 1 on the left side then position 1 on the right and then pos 2 on the left and so on if you wish, however I personally prefer to do pos1, on the left immediately chaining into pos 2 on the left and so on till one side is completed. This creates a greater degree of intensity, increase inroading into the muscle and leads to a tapping of the FG fibers. Much better results all round.

Hope that helps, let me know how you get on.

Paul

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