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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    The easiest way is to eliminate rest between sets. And take less than a minute rest between exercises. You'll need to set things up so you don't have down time between sets and exercises though.
    Thanks.

    Could you explain this a bit more, though? I imagine the preparation would come in from making sure the next exercise is ready to go, so once I finish the first I can just start the second. However, how do I eliminate rests between sets? Or do you mean take very short rests, like 30 seconds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    Thanks.

    Could you explain this a bit more, though? I imagine the preparation would come in from making sure the next exercise is ready to go, so once I finish the first I can just start the second. However, how do I eliminate rests between sets? Or do you mean take very short rests, like 30 seconds?
    Yes.

    Prep the barbells and what have you ahead of time if possible. And don't rest more than 30 seconds between sets. I usually use the 30 seconds to change the weight on a bar, or get another dumbbell. Just don't cheat yourself and rest longer.

    I'll probably be getting a nasty PM after you do this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biaxident View Post
    I'll probably be getting a nasty PM after you do this.
    To send a PM, I would need to 1) Push a button to turn a computer 2) Move my mouse to my internet browser icon 3) Click said icon 4) Type.

    I have my doubts that I will be able to perform such strenuous activities after such a workout!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    To send a PM, I would need to 1) Push a button to turn a computer 2) Move my mouse to my internet browser icon 3) Click said icon 4) Type.

    I have my doubts that I will be able to perform such strenuous activities after such a workout!!
    Nah...You'll be okay. But for the first twelve hours you'll have to time your keyboard strokes to the spasms of your muscles.

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    So, I'm a weird freak of nature I've come to find out.

    My strength remains pretty consistent when I work out every day, DOING THE SAME MUSCLES. I'm hardly ever sore except for when I overload, but if I take a day off and the next day I go to the gym I become a little bitch and can't lift for shit, whereas if I go back to the gym without having a day's rest I'm perfectly capable of a regular workout session.

    Also: Finally able to do 10 neutral-phase pull-ups after two weeks of trying. Fuck yeah.
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    So how do you guys integrate your workout into your everyday/weekly schedule? What works for you? What time do you usually hit the gym and why?

    Also, what brands/kinds of protein powder do you guys recommend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    So how do you guys integrate your workout into your everyday/weekly schedule? What works for you? What time do you usually hit the gym and why?

    Also, what brands/kinds of protein powder do you guys recommend?
    i go 4 days a week and i dont really schedule it. i just make sure i get there. for example, on monday i go after school at around 5. on tuesdays and thursdays (if i dont make it to the gym earlier) i go at 9 at night.

    i forget the brand of protein im using now but its phenominal nonetheless. its a good mix of whey concentrate and isolate. 30 grams and oodles of aminos. no sugar. no fat. and tasty.
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    ^I bet you have ON (Optimum Nutrition). Best protein.

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    Does Yoga count?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lethal Sage View Post
    Does Yoga count?
    Only if you have those 2 lb pink dumb bells.

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