Weight Lifting, Weight Training, Bench Press & Bodybuilding
September 15, 2019
Preview From R.I.P.P.E.D. Weight Training Bodybuilding Book
by Steve Gwillim

Here's a really simple way... to make your weight training sessions a lot more efficient. This is also a snippet from the breaktrough bodybuilding book called R.I.P.P.E.D. Weight Training.

Now there is a way too common thing now a days for people to be not implementing correct rest time in between sets. I am let me tell you this first it is not a one-dimensional answer. You might not even know the negative affects either of training with incorrect rest time in between sets.

This central training concept is way too often mis-understood nowadays and the truth finally needs to be revealed in it's entirety.

The time between sets is very important because it is your short-term recovery period for your muscle fibers.

When you physically perform the contractions on your muscles many physiological reactions are taking place, internally. This does a 'tear' on your muscles¦ seriously. These can be summed up as molecular activities.

Preview From R.I.P.P.E.D. Weight Training Bodybuilding Book

What R.I.P.P.E.D. does is push your muscles to the limit with these molecular activities, which produces the best results in the end considering you muscles current state or 'experience'. Your recovery period between sets allows you to repeat this process until you have done enough damage for that session. You will learn truckloads more in the R.I.P.P.E.D. bodybuilding book.

Your muscles need to be ready for every set so you can perform maximum intensity and so they can actually complete the desired set amount to positive failure.

For Maximum Muscle Growth
Slow-Twitch Fiber = Less Rest Time Between Sets
Fast-Twitch Fiber = More Rest Time Between Sets

When you start you should keep the rest between sets around 2 to 3 minutes.

This time frame allows the fibers to recover its internal molecular energy and cleanse out any lactic acid hanging around from the last set and to reconstruct oxygenic capacity. When your muscles progress more they will be able to have a shorter short-term recovery period. They need it to see quicker gains in the end.


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