Density training is the amount of work completed (rounds, sets, or reps) in a given period of time.
Here's a simple example.
Let's say you have a 2 exercise combination of opposing exercises, push ups and pulls ups.
Your rep sequence may be 10 reps of push ups and 5 reps of pullups and you work to complete as many rounds as possible (AMRAP) of this combination in the 10 minute time period.
You track the total reps done (or rounds) in this given time period.
This is density training.
Simple and effective. And, there are many ways to use a density training approach. Many ways.
Personally, I wouldn't do density training more that twice per week.
I think it serves the purpose best by not doing it too often or for too long.
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