High volume vs low volume how you train ?

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    High volume vs low volume how you train ?


    Sup bros wanna get a general idea for what our prefer what works for you how many sets and reps you do ? 5 day split 6 day 4 day ?

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    i as many days as my career, dating life, home life, and raising my daughter allows me to do. this may be 2 days a week or 4 days a week. i go with the flow.
    you can call me "ozzie" for short.
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    3-4 for me.
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    What I usually do I drop set every set pretty much and have see. Tremendous results
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    I just can't imagine working out for 30-40 minutes typical is an hour half high volume seems to work well with me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nico1 View Post
    Sup bros wanna get a general idea for what our prefer what works for you how many sets and reps you do ? 5 day split 6 day 4 day ?
    6 days a week. Reps stay in the 6-12 range and sets vary each week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by newbreed View Post
    6 days a week. Reps stay in the 6-12 range and sets vary each week.
    Sounds like my schedule. 6 days a week and sets and reps depend on how my body feels but usually 3-4 set range..hows your body recovering with training 6 days a week?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nico1 View Post
    Sounds like my schedule. 6 days a week and sets and reps depend on how my body feels but usually 3-4 set range..hows your body recovering with training 6 days a week?
    Very well. I make sure to keep my diet in check as well as get good quality sleep in. I also supplement with BCAAs which I noticed a difference.
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    4 days a week. Sun,Mon,Wed,Thur. I try to keep them fixed, but its not a huge deal if I have to switch a day here and there.

    Most workouts are 4 movements @ 4 sets per movement. I usually take 45 minutes. I discovered a little late in life I respond much better to less volume, and heavy low rep sets.
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    I try to keep a mix of volume low & high.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1 View Post
    I try to keep a mix of volume low & high.
    best way to go about it. Each has there own beni's
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