http://www.askmen.com/sports/bodybui...tness_tip.html

That's the main article. If you click on the build mass hyperlink in the article, it takes you here

http://www.askmen.com/sports/bodybui...building7.html

Mass is something every bodybuilder seeks: attaining it is pretty simple and straightforward. Unless you use steroids (and get all the side effects that come with it), you will need discipline and devotion to your training.

I found that to be hilarious.

Cormier suggests using a range of 16 to 20 sets per body part. I suggest that if you are not a competing bodybuilder, use a range of 12 to 16 sets, per muscle group. Try not to train more then 2 body parts in a single day or you will over work your body, and it might stop you from growing.

LOL, more than 2 body parts is overtraining But 16 sets for each body part isn't.

http://www.askmen.com/sports/bodybui...tness_tip.html

Gotta love their chest tip. 14 sets at 15 reps each for chest, who doesn't incorporate that ole' trick in their chest routine?