Horizontal loading refers to performing all sets of an exercise or body part during a resistance training workout before moving on to the next exercise or body part. An example would be to complete 3 sets of a chest exercise before moving on to complete 3 sets of a back exercise.
- Q How is stabilization training perfomed?
- Q What are the benefits of more intense exercise?
- Q How can I reduce tension in my mid-back?
- Q How often should I do directed neck range of motion exercises?
- Q Will higher repetitions with shorter rest intervals make me “cut”?
- Q What exercises can I do if I have a hip or knee injury?