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    Strength Training

    Is is possible to strength train (5x5) but do it in a superset format? For example
    5 pull ups and push ups for 5 sets.

    #2
    Yes.

    Good luck!

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      #3
      Anyone tried this style of training?

      How did you get on?

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        #4
        Anyone who suggests that the best way to train is the avoidance of Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS for short) has never taken into account performance science, the suggestion that this is the way to train is a sales gimmick more than anything else.

        This article explains the complexity of it plus what we don't yet know about it. On the subject of sprinters not training at high intensity every day what Firas Zahabi (the interviewee) is misleading. Sprinters, indeed, only sprint flat out the distance they train for once or twice a week and the same goes for martial artists and boxers with competition training and sparring, but throughout the week the intensity is there with shorter distances and the exercises designed to develop the physical skillset required to support them. Logically as well as biologically and neurologically we cannot train any other way. Incidentally this is also the fundamental logic behind Darebee training programs.

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