Let me see if I can break it down even more simply:
Let's say that you are going to do 5 exercises; pull up, squat, Turkish get up, deadlift and bench press (hypothetical list)
You start off by doing 1 repetition of each exercise, little to no rest in between exercises. After completing all 5 exercises, you rest (or not rest if you like, up to you). Then you do 2 reps of each of the 5 exercises, then rest (or not). Then you do 3 reps of each exercise, then rest (again, or not). You can do this to 5 reps, or however many reps you want, it's your exercise.
You can also do it backwards, starting at 5 reps each exercise and working down to 1 rep for each exercise. Or 10 down to 1, or however many you choose.
You can choose to lift heavier weights at the low rep end of the scale and lighter weights on the higher rep end.
I hope that clears it up some :)
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