REB1LOG2......what's going on with you is that you have hit a plateau. The body has a remarkable way of learning what you are going to do. If you don't keep challenging yourself and upping the weights and intensity, you will be stuck there.
Definitely for you, start doing progressive overloads and work until you come close to muscle failure. (This is the point where your muscles, which ever you are targeting for that day, just cannot do any more.) This is just one way of "shocking" the body back into burning fat and calories. Supersets are also a great way to do this.
Supersets are a form of high intensity interval training, just done with weights. After warm-up, I will superset my clients on occasion (those that have reached that point physically) just to keep them from hitting that dreaded plateau.
Here is a great resource for super-setting:
This is also what I suspect is going on with MAL8672. www.askmen.com/sports/bodybuilding_100/132
Edited by: MRSTIGHTWAD at: 6/12/2013 (22:38)