Great workout today and here's a question on my rest and recovery schedule.
My #meathead training today (moved up a day because of weekend travel): Bench, chins, db incline, db row, bb row, db rear delt raise.
Q from www.TurbulenceTrainingFanpage.com: How many "rest" days do you take per week? Do you plan them or listen to your body?
I am on a 9 day training cycle. Day 1 - Squat, Day 2 - bodyweight training, Day 3 - extra mobility work and dog walk, Day 4 - Bench, Day 5 = Day 2, Day 6 = Day 3, Day 7 = Deadlift, Day 8 = Day 2, Day 9 = Day 3.
And another question on rest for muscle building: I am trying build muscle, what do you recommend for rest periods between sets?
You can use supersets with minimal rest between exercises and 60-90 seconds between supersets. If you want one heavy superset at the start, double the rest. Muscle building doesn't need long rests. Only strength, power, speed, and skill training need rest.
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Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer
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