Tri-Set Training Systems
How To Program For Triset Training
Tri-set training is not usually programmed into standalone sessions where the entire session is based solely on Tri-set work. Rather, Tri-set training is used at the end of a training programme after the primary lift, such as the bench press or squat, has been completed.
The amount of Tri-set work that can be done during the week depends on the individual’s training age.
An intermediate to advanced lifter, for example, can train 3-4 times per week:
- Monday – Train
- Tuesday – Rest
- Wednesday – Train
- Thursday – Rest
- Friday – Train
- Saturday – Rest
- Sunday – Rest
Every workout should include a primary lift, which is a compound movement such as a bench press or squat. The following exercise should be an assistant exercise that focuses on the posterior chain, such as a row exercise if the primary exercise was a bench press or an RDL if the primary exercise was a squat. Your Tri-set training component should be the program’s final stage.
This training system is designed for intermediate to advanced level lifters.
The Training Program
Let’s take a look at how the program is planned out over a three day period.
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