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Unread 02-07-2018, 11:33 AM
dchabby dchabby is offline
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Am I missing something here? I do my Monday and Tuesday work out in less than and hour.

Chest press 15 reps 30-45 seconds jump to leg press machine 30-45 seconds one minute rest. Do it again. Total max 2.5 minutes * 6 round = 12 to 15 minutes.

Bar rows 30-45 seconds per set Leg curl 30-45 seconds * 6 = 12 to 15 minutes

Bicep curls 30-45 second per set triceps push 3-=45 second * 4 = 8 to 10 minutes

Shoulders and calves 5 to 8 minutes.

This is my 4th week on UD2 and I have gone down 2% BF. So I am doing something wright.
well you could be missing the ability to feel pain like most normal people !!

All kidding aside - I thought sets were supposed to last 45-60 seconds, not 30-45 seconds.

And not sure why your shoulders/calves seem to be half the time of everything else when it should be the same.

This would put your totals at :
Chest/Legs - 18 minutes
Rows/leg curls - 18 minutes
curls/triceps - 12 minutes
shoulders/calves - 18 minutes

total - 66 minutes
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Unread 02-07-2018, 12:29 PM
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well you could be missing the ability to feel pain like most normal people !!

All kidding aside - I thought sets were supposed to last 45-60 seconds, not 30-45 seconds.

And not sure why your shoulders/calves seem to be half the time of everything else when it should be the same.

This would put your totals at :
Chest/Legs - 18 minutes
Rows/leg curls - 18 minutes
curls/triceps - 12 minutes
shoulders/calves - 18 minutes

total - 66 minutes

I have done high volume training before UD2, so nothing new to me. I just can't find in the book any reference to where the sets has to last a minute. Lyle is very specific about the total reps and the rest period, but nowhere does it mention a minute per set.
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Unread 02-07-2018, 05:21 PM
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I have done high volume training before UD2, so nothing new to me. I just can't find in the book any reference to where the sets has to last a minute. Lyle is very specific about the total reps and the rest period, but nowhere does it mention a minute per set.
45 to 60 s is def there, not 1 min exactly. says something about a rep taking 3-4s tempox 15-20 reps..45 to 60 s
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Unread 02-08-2018, 07:21 PM
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45 to 60 s is def there, not 1 min exactly. says something about a rep taking 3-4s tempox 15-20 reps..45 to 60 s
That's what I remember from the book.

Lyle stressed time under tension. This isn't flailing around with the movement. Much more deliberate.

Do 15 - 20 reps for this time period and you will indeed feel the pain after an hour +.
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Unread 06-14-2018, 07:15 AM
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i rarely do depletion workouts under 2 hours.
people know not to ask me anything, they dont talk to me. i rarely have trouble getting a free machine or space for my exercise.
i do a lot of ab, serratus, neck...core in general exercises, hence the time.
and i avoid unilateral exercises. i do mostly unilateral on shoulder press since there is a pain and i have no time fixing that atm...and for calves since none of the machines are heavy enough and sometimes legs like lunges or I need to read the rules post.I need to read the rules post.I need to read the rules post.I need to read the rules post....
i hate life during depleting workouts.
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Unread 08-06-2018, 09:03 AM
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First depletion done today and it took an hour and forty five minutes. Nice to know others are in the same boat. I will say Iím still exhausted and itís been two hours since I finished! Already dreading tomorrow. 🤦I need to read the rules post.♂️💪🤕
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Unread 08-27-2018, 11:59 AM
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Couldn't agree more with the consensus here. Even in my prime training condition, I couldn't get the depletion completed in less than 2 hours. I even had a silent timer going off during reps to keep me accountable of the 60 second cycles.
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Unread 10-15-2018, 09:46 AM
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when in excellent shape, at least 1.5 hours and then 0.5 hrs to sit down and relax before fainting
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