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9 Oct 18
Can I apply the concepts of HIIT to weight training? For example: while benching, lift for 20-30 seconds, then rest, repeat, for 4-5 sets? Is this equal, better, or worse than a normal lifting routine? Do you recommend a different lifting routine?
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