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Regarding the 3x5.
He says the minimum is 3 exercises 3 reps 3 sets 3 min rest, a 20 minute workout. With 9 sets i.e. 8 rest periods, isn't that already at least 24 mins?
Extending that to the higher end. Wouldn't 5 exercises 5 reps 5 sets 5 min rests give you like 2 hours worth of rest time?
You can see the genuine excitement in Andrew's face in talking about this subject
Thanks. As always highly recommended to watch
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The breathing for me between exercises or sets totally brings my heart rate down and reduces my lactic acid.
Last time I took this much notes I was in school! I didn't know where to begin to create my program, I was so used to just follow my friends, boyfriends or trainers. I now know how to achieve MY goals when it comes to my personal fitness. This channel and Andy Galpin are invaluable!
I'm wondering if any substantial studies have been done on what I k kw as iron shirt training. As in taking in a breath and then using the muscles to exhale with exhaling, creating a pressure in the body and head.
Ah my fav episode ... searching for an episode on aging and building athletic performance . Can we have something on that ?😅
We just need you two and Adam from The Bioneer to do a colab and make a new Batman training plan. I'd pay big bucks for the coolness factor alone.
I climb and do pull ups everyday because my back back only stays sore for a few hours.
Should I give myself more time? 🤔
I train to failure and rest for two weeks. Exhausting mentally 😂
I have recently found your channel and greatly enjoy your content. I would be curious to hear what you have to say about the different types of sensory inputs and the related effects to the body. Some examples could be music and its effects on mind and body, or perhaps different types of visual imputs. How these things can alter mood, perception, as well as other responses in the body.
If you read all of that, thank you, and keep doing what you're doing. You're making the world a better, better informed place.
No idea what ounces are. Struggle to follow with science not using metric system.
One giant commercal
The higher the volume the more you will pay the price as you age. Cycle your training, include periods of very light training and rest.The strongest period of my life involved low volume and high intensity.
Much of what are reading and listening to is simply recycled.