Hey whatsup T-Nation. I've been an avid member of T-Nation.com for almost 9 months now and I think its one of the most comprehensive and informative training websites on the internet. (Ok enough suckin up) I stopped posting here for a while because after only a few months, the forum topics and answers to questions get very repetitive, and i figured there were so many knowledgeable people out there answering questions that it wouldn't matter if my opinions on subjects weren't mentioned.
Well i miss posting so i decided to come back with a good post that incites discussion, which is where i think one learns the most about any topic.
Ok here goes. Lets say for the sake of discussion, that i completely abide by this observation and i won't here no for an answer unless someone can show me the other side of the argument and change my views.
"Circuit training is the most effective method of training for bodybuilding purposes. It can be optimal for both fat loss and muscle building depending how you tailor it, and NO OTHER TRAINING METHOD COMES CLOSE. Your body (and muscles but body in general), likes to remain in homeostasis and will resist change. The only way to change your body, is to put incredibly high amounts of stress on it so it can adapt. What can put more stress on the body than total body training and/or high density training? Circuit training kills both those birds with one stone. Circuit training is the future of bodybuilding... =P"
Prove me wrong...and fyi for those who don't know, training density refers to the volume of your training in proportion to the time it takes for you to complete that training. Someone who does a volume of 100 reps over 100 minutes, has much less training density than someone who did 100 reps over 50 minutes.