Working out with super sets, giant sets and drop sets

Every once in a while, it’s recommended to shake up your fitness routine by experimenting with different sets, weights, exercises and reps. Photos: Filepic

If you read my column a fortnight ago, you would know the difference between a rep(etition) and a set.

There are many types of sets in a strength-training programme, and as promised, this week I’m going to discuss three of the more popular ones you can attempt to build muscles more efficiently.

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