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    Brute abs ec?

    The EC for Brute Abs says 1 minute rest between sets, however the only rests I see are 20 seconds between sets. Is there supposed to be rest between exercises and is that what the EC refers to? neilarey or Damer

    While I'm asking questions, I was wondering if for 90 Days of Action Days 75, 80, and 85 you do half the time on one side and then switch for the exercises that require a switch, if a set is going through the routine twice (once per side), or if there is some other way I should be doing those workouts to get both sides done.

    #2
    I am sure it's a typo in Brute Abs (thanks for providing a link, btw). Normaly with circuit-style workouts it's 2min rest between sets, Set meaning one move through the circuit. Brute Abs is a set based workout. So rest beween sets are the stated 20". Rest beween exercises, the nowhere mentioned, 2'. 1' for EC.

    Usually, if not explicit stated (e.g. 'each arm'), numbers (or times) are the total. So you switch after half the stated reps (halftime through). A look into the manual reveals:

    "Reps" stands for repetitions, how many times an exercise is performed. Reps are usually located next to each exercise’s name. Number of reps is always a total number for both legs / arms / sides. It’s easier to count this way: e.g. if it says 20 climbers, it means that both legs are already counted in - it is 10 reps each leg.
    Times are not mentioned, just reps, but the system is clear.
    All the best.

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      #3
      leep00 thank you for flagging it up. Putting a workout on a page brings in several different parts together from different areas of the site. Sometimes we don't see obvious mistakes, especially when it is late at night. We have fixed it now

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        #4
        Damer wait now it says no rest between sets. Does it mean you do the whole workout in one go??

        It will be nice if you can also fix the EC of Foothold. Now it's not making sense...

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          #5
          kandy yep. As soon as one set finishes you start again. No breaks.

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