Thank you CT. I do enjoy almost all types of training, in fact I get really into one form for a while then fancy somthing new after a few weeks. I do however know that if there is one type of training I have neglected in my 12 years of training it is high volume routines, I've trained that way maybe 6 months out of 12 years (the rest training like an athlete or using high intensity training such as DC)
I think I may have clung onto the idea that I have to train a certain way or else I'm wasting my time.
Funny thing is that once for 3 months I stopped all weights exercises and just did dips, pushups, pullups etc. I did super high volume, I mean 200-500 of each a day (I was training for the military and just wanted super high work capacity, and I saw what Hershel walker did and wanted to see if it worked). Now my legs atrophed slightly but my upper body stayed the same maybe even got bigger in places, my weight stayed the same and when I came back to lifting I had lost no strength in upper body lifts (actually felt better)
Two years I ago tried your growth factor training (while leaning down no less) and actually for the first time in my life felt happy with how I looked with a shirt off.
I find it fascinating how fickle the body is, and it's hard to detach yourself from your body and look objectively as it becomes such an emotional issue.
Anyway, thanks CT for the advice. You've given me some confidence again for my training.