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    chance987
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    Supersets

    I dont know about you guys, but I find it almost impossible to do supersets at my gym. How can you go from doing a benchpress to a seated row without a.losing the equipment or b.annoying the heck out of everyone at the gym?

    I tried to do it in the past but its difficult at a not even crowded gym. Any advise?

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    chance987
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    Supersets

    Duplicate post! Sorry

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    chance987
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    Supersets

    Duplicate post! Sorry

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    Supersets

    Hi Chance,

    I have the same problem at my place. It drives me insane as I know a lot of the top trainers who write programs have their own places and don't have the problems we face when working in a commercial gym.

    What I do is try to use the same piece of equipment for both exercises.

    So I do DB bench presses and DB rows (instead of what you described). If I'm supersetting squats and bench press ( I think it was in one of Criag's programs), I drop bench presses and do push ups instead - right there in the rack between squat sets.

    With a little creativity you can do ok.

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