In pyramid training, you start with lower weight and more reps, then increase the weight and decrease reps as the sets go on.
With reverse pyramid training you start with the higher weight and lower reps, then decrease weight and increase reps across sets.
Straight sets are where you keep reps and weight steady across sets.
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