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How Much Time Should You Rest Between Sets?

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  • Walking Beast
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    Never satisfied with a training session. Takes a shitload to exhaust my muscle endurance. If I dont push that limit I feel nothing is accomplished. Maybe its just my obsession with KILLLLLLING THAT SHIT

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  • Shawn Bellon
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    6 hour workouts? Hmmm how do you have time for that?

    I like 2 hrs at the most including cardio otherwise 90 min works. I will rest 3-5 min between hard sets. Everything else is much faster 30-90 sec.

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  • Wallbag
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    You fucking BEAST. Damn dude. 6 hours? What the fuck.

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  • tmno
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    for lighter sets i rest for only 40 sec to a minute and for heavy sets it takes about 2 minutes for me, perhaps u should also look at your cardio if you think its holding u back

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  • juced_porkchop
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    I do 1-2 min between sets
    for bbing i would rec this.

    power lifting is ntothe same , and its not my thing so im nto sure but i would say rest more but lift more since lifting more is the point i guess.

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  • Walking Beast
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    My rest time is all over the place. Unless I am doing No rest dropsets. My rest times can exceed 10 mins. I hit it when Im ready and when the fire has returned. I dont set any rules. To give an example of tuesdays chest workout:

    Flat Bench Press: (Full range reps or just short of lockout)

    135x20 warm
    225x34 (No spotter for lift off, so high on bench)
    275x16 (spotter for lift off only, to get lower on bench)
    315x6 (same)
    315x2 (Slow reps.No spotters from this point on.)
    275x4 (Very slow with pause on chest)
    275x4 (same)
    275x4 (same)
    245x13
    245x7 (Pause reps)
    225x12

    Incline Smith Machine Press: (full reps)

    225x21
    275x6
    275x6
    275x8 (fast)
    275x10 (fast with bounce off stoppers. Set about inch above chest)
    275x4
    275x7 (varying rest periods. Not too long between these last sets)
    275x6 1/2
    225x9

    Incline Hammer Strength Press: (Mix of full and 3/4 reps)

    270x10
    320x7
    360x5 (Full reps, last rep finished with a slow negative)
    410x1 (Full rep with a slow negative back down)
    360x6 (3/4 reps)
    360x5 3/4
    360x2 (Negative on last rep)
    360x2 (same)
    360x1 1/2
    320x6 1/2
    320x7
    320x3 1/2
    320x3 (slow negatives)
    320x4 (slow)
    320x8 1/2 (fast, ballistic)
    320x7 1/2 (fast)
    320x10 1/2 (very fast, ballistic with bounce at bottom)
    360x6 1/2 (fast)
    360x5
    360x2 (slow)
    360x5
    320x6
    320x4 (slow)

    Dumbbell Laterals:

    45x30 warm

    Incline Hammer Strength Press:

    270x8 (slow)

    Machine Flies: (Machine is broken. Massive friction and handles shaking. Was irritating elbow)

    205x8

    Shoulder Press: (pin loaded)

    295x21
    295x21 1/2
    295x21
    295x16

    Reverse Machine Flies:


    143x20 warm
    198x13
    225x8 (stack)
    225x8
    178x12

    Dumbbell Laterals:

    70x15
    50x20
    60x20
    60x16
    65x16
    70x12
    65x12
    90x10
    45x15
    60x12
    40x15
    55x15
    45x15
    45x15
    60x12

    20 mins cardio

    5-6 sets of Kneeling Cable Crunches. 200 lbs (stack) for 15-25 reps per set

    6 and a half hours in the gym. Alot of volume but also alot of rest time. I dont count, just train on instinct. Of course I could move at a faster pace. Ive done over 45 sets within an hour before. This means using much more moderate weight however and never got the same kind of growth training this way. High volume to failure has always worked for me. My strength is still way down but you can see the volume is returning.

    Its also an adaptive thing. When I started training at 14 almost immediately I was training all day. Trying to fucking destroy on each set. Only weighing 105-115 lbs if I was lucky. So I have a very high tolerance and recovery for this type of abuse. Which also means I require a shitload of abuse for my muscle to respond in anyway. It varies on the individual though. There are way too many factors. I think it is best to lift heavier and take longer rests however, for optimal growth.

    Now take off ya thangs. Ill be with you in a moment



    KILL EM N GRILL EM

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  • Langmuir
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    For heavy sets 3-5 minutes, but when going lighter 30s to 2 minutes. I generally do both types of movements in the same workout.

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  • The Joker
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    Originally posted by bluecountry View Post
    You train with a partner?
    Most of the time. Today I didn't.

    So, As much time as it take my training Partner to do his set and then for us to change weights if needed-

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  • klx_boy
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    Usually between 40secs and 1 min for me. Get in and get out.

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  • bluecountry
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    Originally posted by The Joker View Post
    as much time as it takes to change the weight and let my training partner do his set. around 90 seconds probably.
    You train with a partner?

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  • Raw Power
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    Same as most above. Power movements 3-5. Most accessory excersises just long enough to catch my breath and get set for the next set.

    RP

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  • stackndeca
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    i have never timed myself, i just get back at it when i feel i'm ready.

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  • bigrgc
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    If I am doing an isolation movement I might only rest 30 seconds, if I am doing heavy deads I usually rest about 5 minutes between sets

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  • Kruger Schmidt
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    i use to stare at the clock.. but gear changed that

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  • The Joker
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    as much time as it takes to change the weight and let my training partner do his set. around 90 seconds probably.

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