Comparison of the Effects of Seated, Supine, and Walking Interset Rest Strategies on Work Rate. - PubMed - NCBIwww.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Sit down, don't walk between sets.
"Statistical analyses revealed significant differences (p ≤ 0.05) between the passive and active rest strategies, with the passive strategies allowing for improved work rate (supine = 62.77 ± 7.32, seated = 63.66 ± 8.37, and walking = 60.61 ± 6.42 average joules of work per second). Results also suggest that the passive strategies resulted in superior HR, RR, and oxygen consumption recovery. In conclusion, work rate and physiological recovery were enhanced when supine and seated interset rest strategies were used compared with walking interset rest."