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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle manny View Post
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    silly answers for a silly question.

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    Now, why is that a silly question? Obviously people are diff so results will be diff, but I don’t think it’s silly to see what people find works best for them and compare.

    Now if I had asked what works better for your chest, bench or sit ups...THATS a silly question lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viduus View Post
    I’m the last one that should be talking about size but my delts have been treating me well. I had a day I was feeling it so I just double the weight I was using for lateral raises. Kept good form and just made up my mind to lift them.

    Using rest pause or cluster sets lets you move weight you normally wouldn’t be able to lift. I’m learning that’s what matters most.
    I've heard of cluster sets from time to time but I'm not exactly sure what they are. Is that more than two sets or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzly911 View Post
    I've heard of cluster sets from time to time but I'm not exactly sure what they are. Is that more than two sets or something?
    think 2-4 reps - 10 second pause - 2-4 reps.

    It’s way to increase the volume you can do with a weight that’s high for you. I.e higher intensity training.

    “Muscle Rounds” are a variation of this used in Dr. Scott Stevens Fortitude training.

    Rest Pause is a main part of DC training.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viduus View Post
    think 2-4 reps - 10 second pause - 2-4 reps.

    It’s way to increase the volume you can do with a weight that’s high for you. I.e higher intensity training.

    “Muscle Rounds” are a variation of this used in Dr. Scott Stevens Fortitude training.

    Rest Pause is a main part of DC training.
    Okay I see, thanks for the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viduus View Post
    think 2-4 reps - 10 second pause - 2-4 reps.



    It’s way to increase the volume you can do with a weight that’s high for you. I.e higher intensity training.

    “Muscle Rounds” are a variation of this used in Dr. Scott Stevens Fortitude training.

    Rest Pause is a main part of DC training.
    Never heard of this but it sounds interesting.
    I also did something similar yesterday but it was 4-6reps.

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