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Small Change for Big Gains

Change is good, especially when you do so on EVERY single set!

Small Change for Big Gains

In this article I'm going to teach you a workout technique that I have been using that I call Small Change for Big Gains.

I've been using this myself for a while now and seeing great results. But instead of posting it as a Train Like Jim series workout, I decided to post it as a training article. The Small Change for Big Gains technique involves changing up the exercise on every single set. With most workouts you may choose 3 or 4 exercises and do 3 or 4 sets of each exercise for a total of 12-16 sets for each muscle group. As you can see in the example of Workout 1 below, with Small Change for Big Gains you basically do 12-16 exercises for one set each! But a lot of the different exercises will simply be variations of the same exercise. For example, with shoulders you will do 5 variations of the smith machine shoulder press.

These small changes in the way you do the exercise literally lead to bigger muscle gains, because you...

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