- The number of times you lift and lower a weight in one
set of an exercise. For example, if you lift and lower
a weight 10 times before set-ting the weight down, you
have completed 10 "reps" in one set.
- Repeat the same exercise over and over until you are
unable to do any more.
- Working out with weights or using your body to resist
some other force. This includes a wide spectrum of motion,
from push-ups to dumbbell curls.
- Pause between sets of an exercise, which allows muscles
to recover partially before beginning next set.
Rest Pause Training
- Training method where you press out one difficult repetition,
then replace bar in stands, then after a 10-20 second
rest, do another rep, etc.
- The amount of time you allow between sets and exercises.
– Moving posteriorly (eg. Chin in)
- Slang meaning extreme muscularity.
Slang for ANABOLIC STEROID.
- Rotary movement around the longitudinal axis of the
- Also called a training schedule or program, a routine
is the total list of exercises, sets, and reps (and sometimes
weights) used in one training session.