your approach, i get it correctly?

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    ofir mesika
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    hi joe,
    i want to know if i get it correctly.
    you support the idea of high intensity, not a lot of volume, the minimum possible of frequency and number of sets from one side,
    and also support chris breadsly’s idea of “effective reps”.
    i mean, one person can do 1 set to failure ( 5 effective reps) and other can do 5 sets, 1 rep short of failure (5 effective reps total)  and the hypertrophy, theoretically, will be the same.

    so, if the execution and effort are on the place and i can recover from it, why not doing as much volume, as much sets as possible?
    that way i can get more effective reps.

    *talking about beginner/intermediate trainee.

    thanks!

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    Joe
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    hi joe,
    i want to know if i get it correctly.
    you support the idea of high intensity, not a lot of volume, the minimum possible of frequency and number of sets from one side,
    and also support chris breadsly’s idea of “effective reps”.
    i mean, one person can do 1 set to failure ( 5 effective reps) and other can do 5 sets, 1 rep short of failure (5 effective reps total)  and the hypertrophy, theoretically, will be the same.

    so, if the execution and effort are on the place and i can recover from it, why not doing as much volume, as much sets as possible?
    that way i can get more effective reps.

    *talking about beginner/intermediate trainee.

    thanks!

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