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Descending movements are a great way to add a different dimension into your workouts. Descending simply means to go from high-to-low weight for each subsequent set of any compound exercise. Here are some examples: For Legs: Leg Press, for Chest: Incline Bench, for Back: Seated Cable Rows, for Shoulders: Military Press, for Biceps: Standing Barbell Curls, and for Triceps: Lying Extensions. Here’s how you do them. For the first set of a descending movement, begin by using a heavy weight that you can barely get 6-8 reps with. For the next set, slightly lower the weight enough to get 8 reps with. For the third set, lower the weight again to get between 8-10 reps, and again for the fourth set to get between 8-12 reps. If you go for a fifth set, keep the weight the same and try to match the same number of reps from the previous set.

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