Rich Fit / Fit Tip. Super Set Antagonistic Muscle Groups.

Rip through a workout twice as fast with one simple trick and reap major benefits. Superset antagonistic muscle groups. Say what?! Superset refers to performing two or more exercises back-to-back with little or no rest between. In this case antagonistic refers to opposing muscle groups. So, if you were to perform a bench press for example (pushing), upon completion of that set you would immediately move on over to a row movement (pulling) without rest.

While one muscle is working, the opposing muscle is resting. You not only save time by pairing exercises and never stopping, you also reap an incredible fat-burning benefit.

Some great pairings include:

Incline or flat bench dumbbell and barbell presses with chin-ups, pulldowns or barbell rows

Barbell or dumbbell curls with triceps barbell extensions or rope extensions
Squats or leg presses with leg curls or Romanian deadlifts