Simple question

  1. Simple question


    How many total sets would you do for each muscle if you hit it after about 3-4 days rest?

    Back = ??
    Chest = ??
    Delts = ??
    Bis = ??
    Tris = ??
    Traps = ??
    Calves = ??
    Quads = ??
    Hams = ??
    Calves = ??


  2. This is way to general of a question. But if your looking for a very basic answer/idea. 12-20 sets per MAJOR muscle. (Back. Arms. Legs. Chest)

  3. general? i would say optimally it is extremely an individual response that changes with age, training age, work capacity, sleep habits, life stress, and possibly other factors. its like a trick question that cannot be answered.

    but if you must have an answer i am a fan of this one:
    http://drsquat.com/content/knowledge...training-split
    you can call me "ozzie" for short.
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  4. Large muscles 20-25 sets

    Smaller 10-16 sets

  5. Prilepin's table is your friend here...

  6. The question was to general/vague. The response of course ideally would be more specific and dependent on the individual.

    Quote Originally Posted by asooneyeonig View Post
    general? i would say optimally it is extremely an individual response that changes with age, training age, work capacity, sleep habits, life stress, and possibly other factors. its like a trick question that cannot be answered.

    but if you must have an answer i am a fan of this one:
  

  
 

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