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    Wannabebig Member Thor's Avatar
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    Dec 2002

    lower volume sets

    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 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'll be suprised

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    Skinny Fat John0101's Avatar
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    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...
    Life isn't like Burger King, you can't always have it your way.

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    new and improved runt's Avatar
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    Jun 2002
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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.
    sometimes slowly

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    bf% - 10.5%
    pipe dream goal 175 lbs @ 10% bf
    making the switch to power lifting


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