What is a multiple-set resistance training routine?

A multiple-set resistance training routine involves performing multiple sets of each exercise included in a workout. An example of a multiple-set training routine is having an individual perform three sets of 12 repetitions for each exercise included in his/her workout.

The number of sets, repetitions, and resistance used can be chosen based on the individuals goals.

A multiple-set resistance training routine is characterized by performing more than one set of an exercise per body part or movement pattern during a workout.

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