Build More Muscle In Less Time

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Building More Muscle In Less Time

Sounds too good to be true, right? That you can build even more muscle in less time. Well, believe it or not you actually can! It’s not from a super food, magic pill, new training secret, or fancy equipment. No, it is from training methods/tools that have been around for decades! These training methods have been around for so long that we seem to have forgotten how effective they really are. Wanting to build more muscle while being in the gym less? Give these training methods a try and enjoy having more spare time!

Dropsets

Ever performed or heard of dropsets? If you are looking to take your work outs to an entirely different level then look no further! Dropsets, in general, are multiple sets performed nonstop (creating one massive set) by dropping the weight after you hit failure (or complete the number of repetitions planned). Dropsets are used to increased the amount of muscle damage in a short amount of time and stretch the fascia as much as possible, filling the muscles with ample amounts of blood. Disclaimer: This is not for the faint of heart. Going to failure with multiple sets in a combined massive set will be EXTREMELY UNCOMFORTABLE, but will be well worth the results!

Rest-Pause

Ever completed less repetitions than you aimed for, then came back right after to finish the remaining repetitions? You are actually performing a sort of rest-pause training. Rest-pause training involves going to failure (or performing the target repetition count) and resting 0-30 seconds before performing the next set with the same weight. This is utilized in order to get more volume in with the same weight in less time, while providing some sort of rest, which allows your body to slightly recover and perform more repetitions than if you tried one all out set to failure.

Superset

The most common training tool used today is the superset. Supersets are performed by performing two exercises back-to-back with no rest, or as little rest as possible. Supersets are used to either get more work done in less time, work on antagonist muscle groups (in order to stretch one while the other contracts), or to pre/post- fatigue a given muscle that is slacking in development.

Decrease Rest Time

This seems like a no-brainer, but I feel the need to remind everyone. I see countless people searching for the next best thing, but guess what?! Decreasing rest time increases muscle damage, muscle fatigue, and helps you get more work done in less time. I typically use anywhere from 15 seconds to 60 seconds rest for all of my exercises. If your goal is hypertrophy (building muscle mass), then put down the phone, stop chatting about your plans after the gym, and start your next set!

Closing

You do not need fancy equipment, diets, or pills to build more muscle in less time. Sometimes you just need to try different training tools in order to see what works best for you and what you enjoy more. Give one, some, or all of these training tools a place in your training routine and watch your progress soar while your time in the gym decrease!

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One thought on “Build More Muscle In Less Time

  1. Among the list, supersets are my favorite! I so rest-pause as well, though I did not know this was a good thing. I used to think I was just getting too fatigued and was irritated at not being able to finish. Would like to do more drop sets, though I would need a full-scale weight set or the gym for it.

    Thanks for the new info!

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