This article will show you:
- How to build a superset.
You need this because:
- You want to learn how to alternate a group of exercises within a circuit.
- You want to save time when building your program for athletes.
Building a Superset:
A Superset is two or more exercises in an alternating sequence performed back-to-back with no rest in between. Supersets are often used in a push-pull workout, such as an alternating bench press and pull downs. They can only be used with in a circuit that has an AABB structure.
To create a Superset:
Step One: Go to your Program and create a Circuit with Exercises. If your Circuit is in AB AB order, use the dropdown menu to set the order to AA BB.
AB AB Order:
AA BB Order:
Step Two: Add first exercise of Superset if not done so already. Click on the three dots icon on the far right of the exercise you would like in the Superset.
Step Three: Select the Make Superset button. The Exercise you selected this for will automatically placed inside of the Superset.
Step Four: Move Exercises into the Superset, by selecting the move option and placing them into the Superset. Supersets can be sorted up or down by selecting and moving Exercises. Supersets can also be moved within the Circuit.
Step Five: Superset with new Exercise added onto the first:
Step Six: To remove the Superset (un-link superset) remove all of the Exercises from the Superset.