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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 07-18-2015
    In Workouts & Weightlifting

    There are lots of reasons why people don't do leg workouts. One reason is that many people associate leg workouts with the plethora of leg machines you see at the gym, and they think that those are required to get a good leg workout in. And while the leg press, squat rack, smith machine, power rack, calf machine, leg extension, leg curl, etc are all going to give you an awesome leg workout, maybe you don't even have a gym membership. Or maybe, you just can't get to the gym that day. Continue reading →

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  • Posted 07-14-2015
    In Workouts, Weightlifting & Operating Tips

    There are 1,440 minutes in a day. You know what that means don't you? That means, almost certainly, no matter how busy you are you do have time for a 30 minute workout! Continue reading →

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  • Posted 06-30-2015
    In Workouts & Weightlifting

    These workouts by Nate Palmer at T-Nation shows how to burn more calories and obliterate body fat without cardio! Palmer describes how to use 5 different methods when weightlifting to burn 450% more calories. His methods are: rest pause, cluster sets, drop sets, back off sets, and rep challenge sets. Using short pauses then continuing reps in these programs will crank up the intensity of any routine to incinerate fat and calories! Continue reading →

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  • Posted 02-01-2015
    In Weightlifting & Operating Tips

    How long you rest between sets is a decision for you to make, but timing that rest is our business. Depending on what your goals are you may want to rest 30, 45, 60, or 90 seconds, or even 2, 3, 4, or 5 minutes. The good news is our Gymboss timers can do any timing job easily and accurately. In fact, you can set them to time any time period you desire from 2 sec to 99 minutes. Continue reading →

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