Warming up for your next exercise can be done between sets of the exercise you are currently performing.
Using this simple method can drastically decrease your workout time. Instead of resting completely between sets, you can actively rest by warming up for your next exercise.
Use this at your own discretion. Some workouts may work well for this while others may not. If the equipment you’re going to use is on the other side of the gym, it may not work very well for you. If you have a home gym (highly recommended) with enough equipment to do this, it will save you lots of time.
For example, when I perform the workout for this program, I take a lot of time to warm up for Deadlifts due to very heavy weights. I don’t just jump into 475 pounds instantly. I start warming up with 135, then 225, then 315, then 405, then 455. It takes more time to warm-up as you increase your strength. So please remember this tip for the future when you’re even stronger.
I like to get my knees warmed up very well before doing heavy Deadlifts. I use the foam roller in between warm up sets too. So, I start my warm ups for Deadlifts in between sets of the second exercise. This saves me at least 10 minutes each workout. Hope this helps save you some time too. Time is very important, so use it wisely.