I show you a great combination of total body movements in superset form in this week's Made Fit TV episode.
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Hi welcome to MadeFit TV. I'm your host Jennifer DiDonato and this is episode number 85. MadeFit TV is everyone’s source for health and fitness information and entertainment. Fit bodies don’t just happen, they’re made and we teach you how to do it. Anyone can do it, you just have to make it and believe that you cab. So welcome to the podcast, this podcast caters to anyone of any fitness level, beginner, you know beginner after 20 years of staying away from it for so long, athlete, anyone can benefit from us. Thank you to everyone who watched us live on Saturdays. If you want to watch us live every Saturday and chat with us after the show, you can go to the link that I'm showing you right now, every Saturday at noon US Easter time zone and chat with us and watch us live. So thanks so much and just a reminder guys, submit your protein powder recipes. Episode 84, we did the protein powder recipe. I think Chris’ winning. Everyone likes this a little bit better. I don’t blame you though. There are little more sugar in that one. It’s so yummy. But we’re doing a little contest, we can do a give-away, submit us in the comment section of episode 84 of your protein shake recipe and then we’re going to pick the winner and we’re going to actually do the recipe on an episode and we’re going to send you some free cool stuff, okay? So it’s going to be great. All right, episode 84, today’s episode is getting a quick workout with super sets. Super setting just a breakdown is when you're doing two different movements back-to-back with minimal to no rest. And the reason why it’s great is because you know you can’t use this heavier weight is because you're getting more muscle fatigue and more muscle exhaustion because when you're resting, that allows for more oxygen and more glucose to get back in the muscles, get back in the bloodstream and regenerate for the next set. But with super setting, it keeps you going, therefore it’s forcing your body to keep going and it’s pushing the limit of your exhaustion level and of your endurance. And you can get in a quick workout within 15 minutes. Hit a bunch of muscle groups. I'm going to show you how to do it right now. Okay, movement number one, we’re going to be working the legs and the back. Now every movement that I'm going to show you today, you're going to be doing three sets of each of them. Every single moment you se and you're doing only ten repetitions. If you want to do more, go right ahead but I'm just giving you a baseline of what you want to start with. So pick some heavy or at least some challenging weight. The first move we’re going to do is for our legs and back and it’s going to be a squat to cable row. Now of course I don’t have any cable machines around here but I do have resistance bands. You can get these for about $10.00 or $12.00. you can find them anywhere, use them, they’re really good. All right so what I'm going to do is I'm just going to out it around something just to kind of make it you know, build that resistance or you can find your little brother or someone to hold it for you. Okay you're going to back up you’re going to build resistance. Okay? Because you want you know like this is going to snap back so you want to pull it. Okay, your feet are going to be parallel to each other about hip width apart like a typical squat. But I want you to do is you're going to squat down and then you're going to bring the elbows back. Squat and pull- [Demonstration] It’s pulling me. Okay you're going to do 10 of it okay? Squat and pull, squat through the heels. Guys it’s hard to talk at the same time. Squeeze the shoulder blades on the back row. Okay after you do 10 of those, you're going to immediately switch to the dead lift underhand row. You can use dumbbells. I'm going to use a barbell. I have about 10 pounds on each side. So what you're going to do is you're going to hold it underhand, okay your feet are apart. You're going to do a dead lift all right? You want to keep your back nic
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