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    Best way to train?

    I Never train more than 3 days row, and never more than 5 days week
    Never go over 60min
    12 sets big muscles and 9 sets small
    only one set to failure per exercise
    reps from 5 to 10

    and you will grow much more

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    6 hours on arms per rich P

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    Quote Originally Posted by heckler7 View Post
    6 hours on arms per rich P
    It was 8 hr geez!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MONSTRO View Post
    I Never train more than 3 days row, and never more than 5 days week
    Never go over 60min
    12 sets big muscles and 9 sets small
    only one set to failure per exercise
    reps from 5 to 10

    and you will grow much more
    Sounds about right to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by MONSTRO View Post
    I Never train more than 3 days row, and never more than 5 days week
    Never go over 60min
    12 sets big muscles and 9 sets small
    only one set to failure per exercise
    reps from 5 to 10

    and you will grow much more
    Indeed.
    I have used a similar routine/schedule format in the past and got great results. Not sure why I stopped.
    I am positive I am over-training right now. For example, when on gear, everything is amplified: strength, endurance, etc. There is the feeling of, "shit, I feel strong, the weights feel light, I can keep on lifting, so lets keep on lifting." I end up doing way more sets than I intended to and most likely ended up being counter-productive. Sure, I imagine there are times and places to go all out and stress the body to the max for extended periods, but not ALL the time. Diminishing returns and all that.

    Would be curious of the input from smarter guys than me on this subject of overtraining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MONSTRO View Post

    and you will grow much more
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    I guess that settles it

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    Quote Originally Posted by christiantt View Post
    Indeed.
    I have used a similar routine/schedule format in the past and got great results. Not sure why I stopped.
    I am positive I am over-training right now. For example, when on gear, everything is amplified: strength, endurance, etc. There is the feeling of, "shit, I feel strong, the weights feel light, I can keep on lifting, so lets keep on lifting." I end up doing way more sets than I intended to and most likely ended up being counter-productive. Sure, I imagine there are times and places to go all out and stress the body to the max for extended periods, but not ALL the time. Diminishing returns and all that.

    Would be curious of the input from smarter guys than me on this subject of overtraining.
    Im sure im no smarter than you but here's my 2 cents. 1st off truly "overtrained" is really hard to do in the literal sense. You'll lose sleep, chronically sore for days, sex drive and appetite is gone, and you just won't move if ya dont have to. That said, a "functional overreaching" phase can be quite productive due to the Super compensation it can provide. So if you start to notice any of the effects mentioned before it's time to maybe finish ur week and deload. Deload can mean different things to people but to me I say cut volume in half and cut intensity to 70ish percent. Over reaching can be strategically reached in a few ways. For example, percentages of 1rm are pushed higher over several weeks or week 1 work to 2 reps in reserve(RIR) and over the next several weeks push to 0 RIR and then use intensity techniques the last week for every body part. Or use percentages of 1rm and work up to hitting doubles with 95%(shouldn't be 95% anymore at this point) on all your lifts That week for a few sets. That should pretty much have you there then deload the next week to 10 days and repeat. I could really go into details and sound smarter but that would be a book but that's the jist of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samgraves82 View Post
    Im sure im no smarter than you but here's my 2 cents. 1st off truly "overtrained" is really hard to do in the literal sense. You'll lose sleep, chronically sore for days, sex drive and appetite is gone, and you just won't move if ya dont have to. That said, a "functional overreaching" phase can be quite productive due to the Super compensation it can provide. So if you start to notice any of the effects mentioned before it's time to maybe finish ur week and deload. Deload can mean different things to people but to me I say cut volume in half and cut intensity to 70ish percent. Over reaching can be strategically reached in a few ways. For example, percentages of 1rm are pushed higher over several weeks or week 1 work to 2 reps in reserve(RIR) and over the next several weeks push to 0 RIR and then use intensity techniques the last week for every body part. Or use percentages of 1rm and work up to hitting doubles with 95%(shouldn't be 95% anymore at this point) on all your lifts That week for a few sets. That should pretty much have you there then deload the next week to 10 days and repeat. I could really go into details and sound smarter but that would be a book but that's the jist of it.

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    Thank you for this and it makes sense. Yea, I'm def not over-trained by your definition, but probably getting close if I kept it up for another month or so. Honestly, my program right now is somewhat scattered so I gotta get that handled first and foremost.
    Again, thank you for the insights and they are much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by christiantt View Post
    Thank you for this and it makes sense. Yea, I'm def not over-trained by your definition, but probably getting close if I kept it up for another month or so. Honestly, my program right now is somewhat scattered so I gotta get that handled first and foremost.
    Again, thank you for the insights and they are much appreciated.
    No problem and ur welcome

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    Overtraining is very easy to achieve mostly when you train like me , all sets to failure with rest pauses and drop sets


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    Quote Originally Posted by MONSTRO View Post
    Overtraining is very easy to achieve mostly when you train like me , all sets to failure with rest pauses and drop sets


    If this is actually you, then yes, you are indeed in great, great shape and work very hard. But, you said in your first post that "only one set to failure per exercise". So, what is it? All sets to failure or only one set to failure per exercise? I can't imagine every set to failure all the time is productive.


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    i mean, I canít argue with what you say but muscle is built from tearing and rebuilding. More tears (longer harder workouts) + more rebuilding (high cals and macros) = bigger stronger muscle. Train hard, diet well, grow more. Just my $0.02

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