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Old 11-12-2013, 01:10 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by afraziaaaa View Post
On power days, rest as much as you need to in order to complete the heavy set.

Explosive exercises are done quickly to increase metabolic fatigue as well. Don't worry, your hands will toughen up.

Basic guideline for powerlifting is to rest 5-10 minutes between heavy sets. Assistance exercises are done bodybuilding style.

There is a Cube group on facebook as well where you can ask questions.
Yea i did mean 8 sets/ 3 reps...

Like i said i dont usually concern myself with timing, however.
When doing certain programs as above states you want to fatigue the muscle like when doing drop sets.
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