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    I'm get too bored with low intensity weight lifting. Do any of you have suggestions on high frequency/volume routines?

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    try DC training
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delta Force
    try DC training
    I have heard real good things about dc, its real intense.. sometimes to much for most people
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    Quote Originally Posted by benmayro View Post
    I have heard real good things about dc, its real intense.. sometimes to much for most people
    I've never followed it myself but it is pretty intense training.
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    high frequency and high volume cannot happen without an extremely low intensity. they are all directly related and if you adjust one the others have to alter appropriately. so what you are asking is probably not what you mean.

    you say you are tired of low intensity then ask for a workout that would have to be low intensity to have high on the other variables. so do you want high intensity or not?

    and do you want this for what? what are your goals? how long have you been lifting? what are your numbers: squat, deadlift, bench, overhead, clean, snatch, bent rows, etc?
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    As Ozzie said, you can't really have high volume with high intensity (I'm talking training at >85% of your 1RM)

    That said, I'd recommend a 5x5 variation or maybe DC. Not knowing anything about you as per training time or stats it's hard to say, but DC is too intense for a lot of beginner and some intermediate lifters. It's the most psychologically challenging program that I've experimented with.

    Good luck diving into HIT, though, it's a great way to train.
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    As Ozzie said, you can't really have high volume with high intensity (I'm talking training at >85% of your 1RM)

    That said, I'd recommend a 5x5 variation or maybe DC. Not knowing anything about you as per training time or stats it's hard to say, but DC is too intense for a lot of beginner and some intermediate lifters. It's the most psychologically challenging program that I've experimented with.

    Good luck diving into HIT, though, it's a great way to train.
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