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Weightlifting

Rest is important when weightlifting. Different rest times yield very different results and providing consistent rest allows you to reach goals and watch your progress. Not timing rest can result in workouts that may run much longer than planned. Use Gymboss to time an exact rest period, such as 60 seconds, or whatever rest time you desire, between every set. Set the rest you desire and the beep and/or vibration of the Gymboss lets you know when your rest is over. Or, set the repeating feature and complete a disciplined workout of 20 sets in 30 minutes with approximately 60 seconds rest between each set, that’s a 30 minute workout every time!

Weightlifting

Rest is important when weightlifting. Different rest times yield very different results and providing consistent rest allows you to reach goals and watch your progress. Not timing rest can result in workouts that may run much longer than planned. Use Gymboss to time an exact rest period, such as 60 seconds, or whatever rest time you desire, between every set. Set the rest you desire and the beep and/or vibration of the Gymboss lets you know when your rest is over. Or, set the repeating feature and complete a disciplined workout of 20 sets in 30 minutes with approximately 60 seconds rest between each set, that’s a 30 minute workout every time!

  • Posted 02-26-2020
    In Workouts, Weightlifting & Circuit Training

    When it comes to strength training, irrespective of fitness goal, most people organize their workouts the same way – by applying a specific number of sets and reps to a range of exercises. For example, you might do four sets of eight reps, five sets of five reps, or three sets of ten reps. Your chosen set and rep scheme should reflect your goals. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 02-04-2020
    In Workouts & Weightlifting

    Working out at home makes a lot of sense. For a start, there’s the convenience factor. Home training allows you to train whenever you get the urge. It also keeps you regular, eliminating a lot of the excuses that those who have to travel to their workout destination inevitably come up with. Another major plus of home training is that you don’t have to stand around waiting for machinery or barbells to become free. An effective workout builds upon itself, with the intensity ramping up with each succeeding set. You can’t do that when you’re sitting around waiting for the bench to free itself up. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 12-03-2019
    In Workouts & Weightlifting

    Strength training is one of the most important types of exercise you can do. While cardio is good for your heart, lifting weights is good for everything else! Regular strength training is beneficial for your muscles, joints, bones, and posture. In addition, building muscle will boost your metabolism for faster fat burning and also increases your insulin sensitivity for lower blood glucose and less risk of type 2 diabetes. Unfortunately, weightlifting workouts are often time-consuming. For every set you do, you have to spend at least as long resting. Also, during those breaks, it’s all too easy to be distracted or get into a conversation so that your workout ends up taking even longer. That’s why most gym-based weightlifting workouts take an hour or more. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 02-10-2016
    In Workouts, Interval Training & Weightlifting

    Are you looking to get your glutes some extra work? As Lara McGlashan puts it for this workout article on oxygenmag.com, "Kick your own ass with this 10-minute glutes and posterior chain workout." Continue reading →

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  • Posted 09-30-2015
    In Workouts & Weightlifting

    You know you have a great six-pack in there somewhere, all you have to do is get it to come out! How? Well, it takes dedication and doing things the right way. Such as doing the right exercises and eating the right foods. Continue reading →

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