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Do different rep ranges/training splits cause differerent amounts of inflammation? I have hit bodyparts more than once a week using upper/lower splits and fullbody with lower reps, usually just one movement per muscle group, with good results. However, when I switch over to a more traditional body part split where I will use 3-4 exercises per muscle and/or higher rep ranges 1(0-12) I have issues with inflammtion. Is this more individual or are higher rep ranges/more exwercises per muscle the problem (my problem).


[x]OP has been lifting for years
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Where did he anwser it? So, lower rep ranges cause less inflammtion? Body part splits more inflammation than full body/upper lower?