i always trained with my sets in the medium range 6-10 per bodypart.alot of people said it was too much but i made gains and stuck with.now due to my schedule i had to cut down the volume of my sets and my strength and size started increasing immediately.some advice to those nervous about dropping volume..do it....you'll be suprised
every person's body is different, you'll see results doing high volume training, to a point. You'll see results doing low volume training, to a point. Switch it up, and you'll see great results, depending on your goals. Just my point of view...
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Change is what's important. Like John said, switching it up will generally produce gains. I like to change things around every 4 to 8 weeks.
Age - 43
ht - 5' - 7"
wt - 152 lbs
bf% - 10.5%
pipe dream goal 175 lbs @ 10% bf
making the switch to power lifting