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Ivor_Biggun
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2005/07/28 15:06:46 (permalink)
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Would You Believe It.

After many years of training with medium volume sets i decided to give HIT a go. The priciples have been a real eye opener for me and i have had some good results.

I never thought this type of training would work , but i have been pleasently suprised.

What are the biggest misconceptions in training that you have found / discovered that has made a big difference to your training / results ?

This is not a debate on HIT, but just a means of understanding what has worked for us that is different to what the mags preach, sterotypicall training methods etc.

Cheers.
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    James
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    RE: Would You Believe It. 2005/08/05 15:20:51 (permalink)
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    interesting topic - I hope others will join in..........
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    RE: Would You Believe It. 2005/08/05 15:44:28 (permalink)
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    for me i find that i grow ( strength / size ) really well on a five day a week program.
    the difference... low volume. ie 7 sets for chest, 5 for bis, 9 for back etc.
    real short workouts.
    i prefer a periodised system.
    ill use the same weight for a few months (when ive reached a weight that im happy with ) . working to different rep schemes, 4-6, 6-8, 8-10, 10-12, 12-15(for legs,traps n 4 arms). sometimes to failure, sometimes not!!
    oh and i primarily use machines. hammer strength machines though.
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