High volume workouts


I sense a shift in the mindset associated with training volume and frequency. The Dorian Yates era was all about one top set and a movement away from extreme volume. This is interesting and raises the question about what is the best approach. Should volume be less for some bodyparts such as smaller ones like biceps and triceps? Personally I have had greater success with high volume and high reps for triceps.

http://www.t-nation.com/training/1000-rep-arm-workout

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  1. #1 by nicktheriault76 on September 6, 2014 - 11:57 pm

    I have to agree about an attitude shift towards high volume, it’s always worked better for me.If you look at some of Arnold’s old leg workouts, they made use of massive volume and you cant argue with his physique!
    Nick
    readysetgrow2014.wordpress.com

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