Rotate rep ranges

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    Anonymous
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    I had a training partner back in the day that used to rotate his rep ranges weekly. So, over the course of the month, he would do a week of 10’s, 8’s, 6’s, 3, and once every other month he would max out. At the end of each month he’d start again with the tens and work down in that progression again. Do you think this has any merit for Hypertrophy? Assuming you were only doing it on meat and potato type exercises. Or maybe run each range a bit longer before reducing? Thanksssssssss!

    #23135

    I prefer the way JP says it get good at them all so he basically does a top set and a back off, top set is 5-8 to failure and he backs off to 10-15 to failure and he says over the course of 8-12 weeks you should be aiming to progress them ranges as much as possible in turn elicit a mobile stimulus wbat turns into new muscle repeat that process for the course of a year you should see some serious new muscle and strength to co incide

    #23178
    Anonymous
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    Awesome, man, thanks for the input I appreciate it!

    #23194
    Joe
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    I had a training partner back in the day that used to rotate his rep ranges weekly. So, over the course of the month, he would do a week of 10’s, 8’s, 6’s, 3, and once every other month he would max out. At the end of each month he’d start again with the tens and work down in that progression again. Do you think this has any merit for Hypertrophy? Assuming you were only doing it on meat and potato type exercises. Or maybe run each range a bit longer before reducing? Thanksssssssss!

    #23216
    Anonymous
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    Thanks Joe! Appreciate the response

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