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    imo, splits are good as short session each day prevents burnout for me.

    my weights workout only goes for 30 minutes max, although thighs can be a bit longer. cardio at least half an hour, but much lower intensity.

    3 sets each weights exercise with only failure or near failure achieved on last set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grunta View Post
    No gear here bro, thinking of trying the SARMS though.
    Split?
    Do yourself a favour, it will change your life
    I did splits for years and years.
    Canít go back now.
    Upper / lower or
    Full body


    When I cruise I will do ppl just so I can train more often and take advantage of all the extra cals Iím consuming hahahahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grunta View Post
    dont you find itís sort of ďtoo much of not enough?Ē
    Do you mean too much effort and not enough variety?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    Do you mean too much effort and not enough variety?
    No I meant too much variety and not enough volume
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    It’s sort how accountants train
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    I think many systems work.

    in some ways too much debate occurs about intensity and volume as the grey areas between both means here are hundreds of ways to train successfully.

    it really comes down to each person's preference, as long as they are getting results.
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    You make some salient points.

    i guess, instead of asking stupid questions, just do it and find out for yourself.

    if a particular method does not work, two things are going wrong.

    1. You are not doing it properly
    2. You are not giving yourself enough time (or too much time) to recover fully.

    Number 1 usually stems from ignorance or the inability to learn.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grunta View Post
    Itís sort how accountants train
    You wont feel like an accountant, as Iíve said fucken repeatedly, come over and Iíll show you, you man enough?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Goosey View Post
    You make some salient points.

    i guess, instead of asking stupid questions, just do it and find out for yourself.

    if a particular method does not work, two things are going wrong.

    1. You are not doing it properly
    2. You are not giving yourself enough time (or too much time) to recover fully.

    Number 1 usually stems from ignorance or the inability to learn.

    right on.
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    I actually have a lot of support for the menzter type training. I have seen guys get amazing results on, including guys who have never roided.

    but for me, a flat out set each week fries my nervous system. that is why I pick a weight I can do three sets on each exercise with third set only hard. weight is usually just 60-70% of my max, depending on how I feel, but short rest makes intensity high for last set and allows me to recover for next week.
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