Seems like the current trend nowadays is low reps high weight.
Does anybody train like "gasp" bodybuilders.Mostly when i mean bodybuilders im talking like the muscle rag's reccomend 3 sets 10 for 4 diff exercises. If anybody does train like this do u experience any gains? Or is everybody finding low reps high weigh eg- 10 x 3 is the new and faster way to maximum muscles.
I think if you compiled all the latest research and practical knowledge about building strength and mass you would find one common theme:
High reps low weight, low reps high weight, long rests, shoret rests, compounds, isolations, free weights, machines, explosive, slow...it all has it's role in a well planned training year. There's no BEST program, and if there was, it would only work for so long.
Ditto the above responses but I would like to point out that 10x3 high sets, low reps, but not really heavy weight. I think Waterbury's routines call for for 80% with 10x3, which is probably a little heavier than what you would use for 3x10 (~75%), but not much.