Our all-new EFA's product, Lean Body Lean
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But, what if you
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Think of Lean Body Lean Lipids as a
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Let's look at
these ingredients more closely.
We'll start with the special fish oil
blend use in Lean Body Lean Lipids.
Unlike other fish oil supplements
containing low doses of EPA, Lean Body Lean Lipids
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DHA - and studies show that fish oil supplements
with this 2:1 ratio promote more fat
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fatty acid that studies show stimulates fat
burning. But, GLA doesn't just help increase fat
loss. It actually works double-duty by also
helping to reduce body-fat
And finally, we add Oleuropein, an olive
leaf extract that enhances fat burning and
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"Ask Lee" today comes from Jonathan E. -
Boston, Mass. USA
Lee, can you tell me your thoughts on rest between
sets. How long do you think is the perfect amount
of rest time?
like many things in
Bodybuilding, the answer to your question depends
entirely on your goals.
your goal in the gym is getting stronger, then you
should be training with lower reps, around 4-6.
Optimal rest between sets when focussing on
strength training is 3-5 minutes.
is because much of the energy utilized during
strength training comes from the ATP-PC (Adenosine
Triphosate Phospocreatine) system. In Fleck's 1983
study, the take home was it takes 3 minutes to
fully regenerate phosphagen stores. In similar
studies, athletes resting 3 minutes as opposed to
1 minute increased their squat strength by 7%.
Bottom line, strength training needs long rest
as I mentioned above, it really depends on your
goals. I'm going to make the assumption in this
case, that your goal is hypertrophy (muscle
growth). On that basis, the simple answer is 1-2
minutes, but let me elaborate as to why.
I enjoy training with about 1 minute of rest
in-between sets, or just long enough for my
training partner to finish his set. I like the
shorter rest period because it allows me to fully
fatigue my muscles while using lighter weights -
as well as giving me an incredible pump.
I've noticed when I reduce rest periods between
sets, my physique responds by looking harder and
tighter, which is never a bad thing in our sport!
addition, 1-2 minutes is generally the
amount of time most individuals need to catch
their breath and allow their heart rate to
normalize. When your heart rate normalizes, it's a
sign your body has "repaid its debt" in terms of
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NOTE : If it takes more than two
minutes for the above to happen, it's probably
time to improve your overall fitness.
cardiovascular training consistently, will improve
your conditioning allowing you to
oxygenate your blood more efficiently.
important factor to consider is the hormonal
response to training. 1-2 minute rest periods
stimulate greater growth hormone levels. This is
no bad thing when hypertrophy is your goal.
The only exception I can
think of for the 1-2 minute rule is when using
maximal effort on multiple joint exercises,
like squats and deadlifts. These exercises tax so
much muscle tissue simultaneously, that they
create a much bigger oxygen
Taking 2-3 minutes after
an exhausting set of squats may be beneficial,
especially if you're a relative newbie to training
or your cardiovascular system isn't able to
content with a 1-2 minute rest.
addition squats and deadlifts, are extremely
taxing on your CNS (Central Nervous System). Your
CNS is responsible for optimally firing your
muscles during exercise. A slightly longer rest
time allows your CNS to fully recover, ensuring
your can push out more reps during your next
hope that answers your question
next time, stay healthy and
lean, live lean!
for a Lean Body,
& CEO Of Labrada
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