Hey. What is your experience with the frequency and volume of training? Sure it was discussed. I was intrigued by topic - Once Weekly bodypart? by MODOK. If I understood correctly, so a certain amount of training spread to 1x, 2x and 3x training workouts per week.
If the user MODOK did 12 sets per body part 1x per week made 12 sets at a time when trained 2x a week made a series of 2 x 6 when trained 3 times a week did 3x4serie. I have often heard and read that kind of practitioners may not be high volume contribution to muscle growth.
I tried routines such as Bear, German Volume Training and more. If the volume was ideal for muscle growth, it would be advisable to train all muscle groups with a large margin against failure and can thus be odcviÄ?it insane amount of 20 sets of 2 times per week or 30-40seriÃ 1x per week per muscle group without muscle failure? Or is it better to train the whole body should be only after 3-4 series to failure, ie the volume from which recovers quickly and before the overtrain.
With what you have had a better experience? My friend’s arm should be practiced only 3 seria 1 week, which seems to me very little and has great hands. I know lots of people practicing what splits where necessary odcviÄ?Ã 8-12 sets per arm 1 week or less and exercise 2x a week so I was surprised such a low level and frequency of 3 series of 1 week. I’ll be glad for any experience. I wonder if I’ll try one of the following-
train each muscle group 2-3x a week
only 3 sets to failure or near failure of a series and 2 series to failure
Split classic bodybuilders train
1x a week direct load muscle groups
about 8-12 sets per muscle group.
train each muscle group 1-3x a week
with the fact that it was extremely high volume on each lot
and the commander reserve than there would be a failure.
example: I took the weight with which I failed at 12 reps
and I practiced some 7-8 repetitions
1x weekly series of the game 30-40
2x 2x weekly series of the game 15-20
3x a week 10-13 sets per game
all without failure