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    Indy is offline Senior Member
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    Default Kenneth Jay, Question on MVO2 BOOST

    Kenneth,

    On page 35 of your book, you describe the MVO2 BOOST schedule, and I am having trouble understanding a piece of it.

    For example, it says 3 x (15 sec L + 15 sec R), Rest 45 sec +
    3 (30 sec L + 30 sec R), Rest 1.5-2 min

    Ok, it is my understanding that you do 15 sec L + 15 sec R w/out putting the bell down, but do you rest 45 sec in between each set or do all the 15 sec sets without rest/putting the bell down THEN rest 45 sec? I am guessing it is the former, but just wanted to make sure.

    Thanks,
    Hunter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indy View Post
    Kenneth,

    On page 35 of your book, you describe the MVO2 BOOST schedule, and I am having trouble understanding a piece of it.

    For example, it says 3 x (15 sec L + 15 sec R), Rest 45 sec +
    3 (30 sec L + 30 sec R), Rest 1.5-2 min

    Ok, it is my understanding that you do 15 sec L + 15 sec R w/out putting the bell down, but do you rest 45 sec in between each set or do all the 15 sec sets without rest/putting the bell down THEN rest 45 sec? I am guessing it is the former, but just wanted to make sure.

    Thanks,
    Hunter

    After you've done 15 sec left and right then you have earned 45 sec. of rest.

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