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ATP 4 Vitality

The clock application on Apple iPhones or iPads is a big help for 30/10/30

Use the timer function

Roll the sec dial to 30 seconds

Select your favorite alarm sound on the circuit

The start button begins the 30 second countdown

The circuit alarm sounds

Immediately

Touch the timer bar at top of screen to reset for last 30 seconds of 30/10/30

http://osxdaily.com/...er-iphone-ipad/

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entsminger

Virginia, USA

ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
The clock application on Apple iPhones or iPads is a big help for 30/10/30

Use the timer function

Roll the sec dial to 30 seconds

Select your favorite alarm sound on the circuit

The start button begins the 30 second countdown

The circuit alarm sounds

Immediately

Touch the timer bar at top of screen to reset for last 30 seconds of 30/10/30

http://osxdaily.com/...er-iphone-ipad/



==Scott==
Unless your timer has a delay which won't start the timer going for a few seconds it takes you to get into position how do you push the start button when hanging from a chinning bar?
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

==Scott==
What I have found when trying these 30 second negative chins is that my perception of what 30 seconds is when doing them is way different from the actual timed movement.Sometimes my son stands there with his phone timer calling off the seconds. It's seems twice as long as when I just guess or try and count off how long 30 seconds is.
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hit4me

Florida, USA

entsminger wrote:
ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
The clock application on Apple iPhones or iPads is a big help for 30/10/30

Use the timer function

Roll the sec dial to 30 seconds

Select your favorite alarm sound on the circuit

The start button begins the 30 second countdown

The circuit alarm sounds

Immediately

Touch the timer bar at top of screen to reset for last 30 seconds of 30/10/30

http://osxdaily.com/...er-iphone-ipad/



==Scott==
Unless your timer has a delay which won't start the timer going for a few seconds it takes you to get into position how do you push the start button when hanging from a chinning bar?


are you the self appointed site custodian
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

hit4me wrote:
entsminger wrote:
ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
The clock application on Apple iPhones or iPads is a big help for 30/10/30

Use the timer function

Roll the sec dial to 30 seconds

Select your favorite alarm sound on the circuit

The start button begins the 30 second countdown

The circuit alarm sounds

Immediately

Touch the timer bar at top of screen to reset for last 30 seconds of 30/10/30

http://osxdaily.com/...er-iphone-ipad/



==Scott==
Unless your timer has a delay which won't start the timer going for a few seconds it takes you to get into position how do you push the start button when hanging from a chinning bar?


are you the self appointed site custodian


==Scott==
Ha ha ha!!
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DuzHIT

-OR- you could download a metronome to your phone or pad, set it at 60, which is one beat per second, and leave it on throughout the 30/10/30.

Then you could, I don't know, maybe count to 30. It would also measure the 1/2 cadence of the 10 reps.

This is of course assuming you can count to thirty without using your fingers or toes....
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epdavis7

hit4me wrote:
entsminger wrote:
ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
The clock application on Apple iPhones or iPads is a big help for 30/10/30

Use the timer function

Roll the sec dial to 30 seconds

Select your favorite alarm sound on the circuit

The start button begins the 30 second countdown

The circuit alarm sounds

Immediately

Touch the timer bar at top of screen to reset for last 30 seconds of 30/10/30

http://osxdaily.com/...er-iphone-ipad/



==Scott==
Unless your timer has a delay which won't start the timer going for a few seconds it takes you to get into position how do you push the start button when hanging from a chinning bar?


are you the self appointed site custodian


Will the real self appointed site custodian please stand up?
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epdavis7

I use a gymboss interval timer for 10/10 cadence workouts. Keeps me honest. I also use it for self defense training. Works great for me.
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

epdavis7 wrote:
hit4me wrote:
entsminger wrote:
ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
The clock application on Apple iPhones or iPads is a big help for 30/10/30

Use the timer function

Roll the sec dial to 30 seconds

Select your favorite alarm sound on the circuit

The start button begins the 30 second countdown

The circuit alarm sounds

Immediately

Touch the timer bar at top of screen to reset for last 30 seconds of 30/10/30

http://osxdaily.com/...er-iphone-ipad/



==Scott==
Unless your timer has a delay which won't start the timer going for a few seconds it takes you to get into position how do you push the start button when hanging from a chinning bar?


are you the self appointed site custodian

Will the real self appointed site custodian please stand up?


==Scott==
I think Grant is the site custodian only instead of sweeping out the slop he keeps bringing it in?
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

DuzHIT wrote:
-OR- you could download a metronome to your phone or pad, set it at 60, which is one beat per second, and leave it on throughout the 30/10/30.

Then you could, I don't know, maybe count to 30. It would also measure the 1/2 cadence of the 10 reps.

This is of course assuming you can count to thirty without using your fingers or toes....


==Scott==
When I just tried counting one thousand one , one thousand two and so forth I found I was rushing through it way to fast. I couldn't believe how long it was taking by the clock,and when you are really straining at the end it's hard to keep track, ha ha.
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Nwlifter

But 30 seconds is too much, the WHO organization says we only need 5 seconds of contraction.
Plus, look at babies, they only contract their muscles for 3 seconds at a time and they double their size in the first year...

:)

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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Nwlifter wrote:
But 30 seconds is too much, the WHO organization says we only need 5 seconds of contraction.
Plus, look at babies, they only contract their muscles for 3 seconds at a time and they double their size in the first year...

:)




I heard after Keith Moon died the WHO organization changer their opinion on protein over use? Seriously though I did read somewhere that Roger Daltrey owned and used an early Nautilus pullover!
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Nwlifter wrote:
But 30 seconds is too much, the WHO organization says we only need 5 seconds of contraction.
Plus, look at babies, they only contract their muscles for 3 seconds at a time and they double their size in the first year...

:)



==Scott==
I think babies train like Grant does, they strain to move a nearly immovable object, the crib bars, and then eat and sleep for weeks before doing it again.That's how they get those 20 inch necks!It's the Little John MAX Pyramid Baby dial in protocol!It really helps to train babies early to not succumb to the force of gravity since outroading must be avoided at all costs!
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Nwlifter

entsminger wrote:
Nwlifter wrote:
But 30 seconds is too much, the WHO organization says we only need 5 seconds of contraction.
Plus, look at babies, they only contract their muscles for 3 seconds at a time and they double their size in the first year...

:)



==Scott==
I think babies train like Grant does, they strain to move a nearly immovable object, the crib bars, and then eat and sleep for weeks before doing it again.That's how they get those 20 inch necks!It's the Little John MAX Pyramid Baby dial in protocol!It really helps to train babies early to not succumb to the force of gravity since outroading must be avoided at all costs!


hahahaha
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Resultsbased

ATP eschews weight training for its harmful effects to the heart, but is willing to offer advice - this time on how to implement a timer with 30/10/30.

Talk about amusing! Condemn HIT and weight lifting and then, post regularly on a HIT site.
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ATP 4 Vitality

hit4me wrote:

are you the self appointed site custodian


I will never compete with Scott for site custodian.

Besides

I would never want to dissuade you from hot yoga

With your pink yoga pants!
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hit4me

Florida, USA

ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
hit4me wrote:

are you the self appointed site custodian

I will never compete with Scott for site custodian.

Besides

I would never want to dissuade you from hot yoga

With your pink yoga pants!


so, you have a fantasy of seeing me in pink yoga pants, to each its own
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ATP 4 Vitality

Resultsbased wrote:
ATP eschews weight training for its harmful effects to the heart, but is willing to offer advice - this time on how to implement a timer with 30/10/30.

Talk about amusing! Condemn HIT and weight lifting and then, post regularly on a HIT site.


Afraid the facts mixed up.

But,

You never worried over facts
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epdavis7

Looking for new workout ideas. I heard Grant does butt nekkid 20 rep squats over a seatless bicycle with his eyelids turned inside out, laundry pins on his nipples and screaming ?I AM THE GOD OF HELLFIRE? between reps. Seems like a lot of outroading to me, but what do I know.
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Resultsbased

ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
Resultsbased wrote:
ATP eschews weight training for its harmful effects to the heart, but is willing to offer advice - this time on how to implement a timer with 30/10/30.

Talk about amusing! Condemn HIT and weight lifting and then, post regularly on a HIT site.

Afraid the facts mixed up.

But,

You never worried over facts


I've mixed nothing up.

Any luck uploading those pictures of your 22" neck yet?

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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Resultsbased wrote:
ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
Resultsbased wrote:
ATP eschews weight training for its harmful effects to the heart, but is willing to offer advice - this time on how to implement a timer with 30/10/30.

Talk about amusing! Condemn HIT and weight lifting and then, post regularly on a HIT site.

Afraid the facts mixed up.

But,

You never worried over facts

I've mixed nothing up.

Any luck uploading those pictures of your 22" neck yet?



==Scott==
I've forgotten what that 22 inch neck thing was about? What thread was that?
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Nwlifter

entsminger wrote:
Resultsbased wrote:
ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
Resultsbased wrote:
ATP eschews weight training for its harmful effects to the heart, but is willing to offer advice - this time on how to implement a timer with 30/10/30.

Talk about amusing! Condemn HIT and weight lifting and then, post regularly on a HIT site.

Afraid the facts mixed up.

But,

You never worried over facts

I've mixed nothing up.

Any luck uploading those pictures of your 22" neck yet?



==Scott==
I've forgotten what that 22 inch neck thing was about? What thread was that?


Wait.. is it 22 around or 22 long?
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

This web site already has a custodian, and who needs your judgmental custodial services here.

==Scott==
I was looking back a ton of threads and saw this remark about custodians directed at someone else. I know this site has a moderator so I'm wondering what the so called custodian does?
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Resultsbased

entsminger wrote:
Resultsbased wrote:
ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
Resultsbased wrote:
ATP eschews weight training for its harmful effects to the heart, but is willing to offer advice - this time on how to implement a timer with 30/10/30.

Talk about amusing! Condemn HIT and weight lifting and then, post regularly on a HIT site.

Afraid the facts mixed up.

But,

You never worried over facts

I've mixed nothing up.

Any luck uploading those pictures of your 22" neck yet?



==Scott==
I've forgotten what that 22 inch neck thing was about? What thread was that?


ATP 4 Vitality
09/06/18
02:24 PM

Resultsbased wrote:


It would be interesting for someone to do this exclusively for 3 months and see how much size they lose.



Already done that
Well over 3 years with isometric holds
For neck flexion and extension
I sporadically train my neck with isometrics and utilize heavy resistance bands
22 inch neck shirts
Try and buy a 22-inch shirt size

I am now experimenting with long hold isometrics and Kaatsu bands for the occlusion effect

__________

And here is the link to the original thread when this clown made the claim.

http://www.drdarden.com/...ic.do?id=685687


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Nwlifter

Resultsbased wrote:
entsminger wrote:
Resultsbased wrote:
ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
Resultsbased wrote:
ATP eschews weight training for its harmful effects to the heart, but is willing to offer advice - this time on how to implement a timer with 30/10/30.

Talk about amusing! Condemn HIT and weight lifting and then, post regularly on a HIT site.

Afraid the facts mixed up.

But,

You never worried over facts

I've mixed nothing up.

Any luck uploading those pictures of your 22" neck yet?



==Scott==
I've forgotten what that 22 inch neck thing was about? What thread was that?

ATP 4 Vitality
09/06/18
02:24 PM

Resultsbased wrote:


It would be interesting for someone to do this exclusively for 3 months and see how much size they lose.



Already done that
Well over 3 years with isometric holds
For neck flexion and extension
I sporadically train my neck with isometrics and utilize heavy resistance bands
22 inch neck shirts
Try and buy a 22-inch shirt size

I am now experimenting with long hold isometrics and Kaatsu bands for the occlusion effect

__________

And here is the link to the original thread when this clown made the claim.

http://www.drdarden.com/...ic.do?id=685687




hahhaa said he was using occlusion bands ON HIS NECK? Isn't that how they killed the 'witches' in Salem? LOL (hanging). People joke about using occlusion on the neck as of course, that would kill a person, kinda need blood flow to the brain. ( no matter how minute it might be)
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