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like muscle failure with DZA 2 sample plan?

of Turbocharger »03 Oct 2018 22:07

Hello.

do you go to muscle failure with every set? Since I have paused rotator cuffs for 10 years due to my "own rehab", I have been there again for three months and can strain, I don't want to make old mistakes like in the past.

10 years ago I made almost every sentence with a 3-way split up to absolute MV. by MV I really mean the last repetition, so that I tormented myself completely, or training partner with the fingertips still had to help with the full contraction of the last repetition in the worst case, when the bars couldn't be very high.
i am also now smarter that 1x muscle group per week is simply not enough, even if i often had a hangover for 2-3 days after training, which is not an indicator for iwas, as one "knows" now.

After 4 years, the successes were not particularly good for the effort, including food and training, as well as the lifestyle that had to be pursued.

my question now is:
what is the most sensible or possibly even "verifiable" way of failure?

Due to the rotator cuff problem, optimal execution is the top priority for me, so I'll have the old problem again in no time. After shoulder training on the MP, I had a slight sting again, despite correct positioning of the elbows in front of the chest.
Pure chest training, which was inconceivable 4 months ago, is now fine again. YT since thanks and the correct shoulder log behind. used to be totally wrong.


for example bench press, if I go to the absolute MV every time, the strength decreases with every set. currently like this:
1st set: 45 kg bench press, - 10 reps
2nd set: 42.5 kg bench press, -8 rep
3rd set: 40 kg bench press, - 8 reps

I also tried the other way around:
1st set: 40 kg bench press - 10 reps (without mv)
2nd set: 42.5 kg bench press, -8 reps (without mv)
3rd set: 45 kg bench press, - 6-7 reps (with MV) i.e. the maximum strength was then lower due to the pre-fatigue)

what is really right now?
even if I always read 5x5, they always go 5 times to MV puke limit and logically go down with the weight every time?
because a weight that i moved 5x and mv occurs, my body can then not move a 2nd time exactly 5x, because the 1st sentence has already blown me.


----- thanks for help, greetings Micha -----

I now wanted to do plan from DZA:

Push / pull

Squats / front squats / leg press 4x6-8 reps / 4x8-10 reps / 4x8-12 reps
Bench press / incline bench press 3x6-8 reps
(KH flying 2x8-10 reps)
Shoulder press 3x8-10 reps
(Lateral raise 2x10-12 reps)
Dips / French Press 3x6-8 reps / 3x8-12 reps

Deadlift / Romanian Deadlift / Stretched Deadlift 5x5 reps / 4x8-10 reps / 4x8-10 reps
Pull-ups (wide upper floor or shoulder stretcher basement) 4x8-10 reps / 4x6-8 reps
LH rowing / T-bar rowing / KH rowing 3x8-10 reps
(pre. Lateral raise / Butterfly Reverse 3x12-15 reps)
LH Curls / SZ Curls / KH Curls 3x6-8 reps

Frequency:
4 times a week e.g. push, pull, pause, push, pull, pause, pause or push, pause, pull, pause, push, pause, pull, pause ...
3 times a week e.g. Mon (Push), Wed (Pull), Fri (Push), Mon (Pull) ...
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Re: like muscle failure with DZA 2 sample plan?

of HartTdO »04 Oct 2018 13:33

What should muscle failure bring you?

It should have got around by now that training to the point of muscle failure is even counterproductive .....

It extends the regeneration time and has been proven not to bring "more" muscle growth.

Keywords here:
Muscle protein synthesis and coordination failure.

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Re: like muscle failure with DZA 2 sample plan?

of Turbocharger »04 Oct 2018 16:17

I entered the keyword muscle failure here in the forum and found loads of posts, but nothing that answered my exact question.
Unfortunately, I am still not exactly smarter with your 2 statements, up to which point and which form the increase or sentence structure ascending / descending is now useful.
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Re: like muscle failure with DZA 2 sample plan?

of strict_LIONESS »04 Oct 2018 18:32

Turbo.Lader wrote:for example bench press, if I go to the absolute MV every time, the strength decreases with every set. currently like this:
1st set: 45 kg bench press, - 10 reps
2nd set: 42.5 kg bench press, -8 rep
3rd set: 40 kg bench press, - 8 reps

I also tried the other way around:
1st set: 40 kg bench press, - 10 reps (without mv)
2nd set: 42.5 kg bench press, -8 reps (without mv)
3rd set: 45 kg bench press, - 6-7 reps (with MV) i.e. the maximum strength was then lower due to the pre-fatigue)

what is really right now?
even if I always read 5x5, they always go 5 times to MV puke limit and logically go down with the weight every time?
because a weight that i moved 5x and mv occurs, my body can then not move a 2nd time exactly 5x, because the 1st sentence has already blown me.



Just do straight sets. e.g. 4x6-8
1st set 45kg 8 reps
2nd set 45kg 8 reps
3rd set 45kg probably only 7 reps
4th set 45kg probably only 6 repetitions

If you train 5x5 (mostly straight sets), then you shouldn't be at your limit in the first set


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Re: like muscle failure with DZA 2 sample plan?

of Scale »04 Oct 2018 18:49

HartTdO wrote:What should muscle failure bring you?

It should have got around by now that training to the point of muscle failure is even counterproductive .....

It extends the regeneration time and has been proven not to bring "more" muscle growth.

Keywords here:
Muscle protein synthesis and coordination failure.


What a crap. Nobody says that you should always train up to the MV, but always staying below the limit is wasted potential.

And give evidence pls
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LAUCH3D wrote:The storry of Son Goku, 72 virgins, 1 rarity and the motivation:
Ritalin for Motivation? As if motivation were an organ where the active ingredient could start. Motivation is just a theoretical construct to describe behavior. If you want to be causal, then you don't have to talk about Ritalin (that would be the same as calling every sneaker Adidas) Ritalin is a brand name, you would have to see what the active ingredient does. But that is far too complex.

You have defined a goal: >> Bodybuilding <<
But that is not an achievable goal. So there will be no such thing as "motivation". If you had a goal that you can visualize, a very concrete and achievable goal, like you with 110-120kg and 10% KFA, then -> you could build a motivation on it.

A motivation as willingness to act would be a collection of motives, i.e. basic attitudes. "A muscular body is healthy "," Bodybuilders work and are successful "Established principles in the belief system.

But if this belief container were in it: "Bodybuilders look shitty "," Muscles are ugly "," you have to use fabrics to reach 110-120kg "," fabrics sucks ". Then of course there is no motivation

If you can get people to blow themselves up, it should be easy to program yourself for success. That’s the theory. As long as we are talked into shit by the environment (disruptive factor), there is resistance in the Belive system / belief system. When a lot of people or people we care about "bodybuilders look like monkeys and are stupid" what the media does. Then we believe that too. This is also what every woman will get out of it because they are programmed to do it. We, in turn, were programmed to do the opposite by Dragonball, Rambo, Arni and today's kids by Karl ess and co. A simple belief. Faith shapes our reality. Whether the virgins in paradise or whether we are drummed into the fact that a Porsche 911 and a penthouse in Stuttgart will change our lives, it's always a matter of faith. You have to believe that you get something out of it when you reach the goal of 120kg (that the penor length doesn't matter, or that you will be respected or whatever) you have to believe it.

The shortcut to motivation. Chritiane F-Style
do you have to? There is not necessarily a motivation for the thing itself. If you just start pumping and notice that the Saxon is motivating itself. The experience, De 'Fielink, ju no if Blat is rasing in tu jur Massels. The pump or the cream slices on the yoga mat in front of the cardio equipment, the success and, for some, the booster before the training also forms the motivation. The high is associated with training and you want it again and again. So yes you could theoretically motivate yourself with stimulants. And the more dependent the substance makes, the greater the motivation will be. The same effect as if you were successful once and tasted blood there. For some, it is enough to get their parents' attention only once, finally. Or from the boss or from someone. Not to feel useless for once, not to be inferior.

Doesn't sound very strong, but that's motivation. Biopsychologically they can be traced back to different structures. Most of the time, the reward system (nucleus accumbens ... lots of dopaminergic neurons) has a hand in it. With every addiction and every strong desire. Even with hunger and thirst, with sex, etc. Actually everything is relatively primitive. If you have a substance like nicotine, amphetamine, cocaine, opioids then you can easily motivate yourself. If you have to establish a link first, it becomes unsexy. >> Get up every morning at 5 a.m. and drive to work in the rickety Gulf where you have to do things for the boss, where you have to crawl (being nice for no reason is crawling up the ass), where you can find their cars, their success, their manliness and must admiring everything, day after day. Where you have to assert yourself and prove yourself, only to be admired at some point when you are old and gray (which is very manly and experienced, or just has no more hair because of the stress) THEN you get exactly the same neurotransmitters as the Assi who treats himself to his pep for 6 euros a gram and bangs Chantal and her mother all day.

Conclusion: You can give yourself the Ritalin just like that, neurochemically it will be nothing else than standing on the Mr Olympia stage and hugging the oiled Kai Greene . Based on experience and status, it's a nobody vs a legend (but it's all a matter of belief)

HartTdO
 

Re: like muscle failure with DZA 2 sample plan?

of HartTdO »04 Oct 2018 19:17

Just read it yourself (the study ... not the article):

https://www.fitbook.de/fitness/wie-wichtig-ist-muskelversagen-fuer-muskelaufbau


The results of Mortelli et al. are supported by various previous studies. One study has linked training to the point of muscle failure with reduced muscle strength and muscular metabolic disorders. Another study also concluded that repetitions to failure had no advantage in terms of hypertrophy compared to submaximal repetitions (although, according to Mortelli et al., This study is not without conceptual weaknesses).

That's not to say that there aren't any studies that have found improved training effects on repetitions to failure. But the most recent study by Mortelli et al. makes it clear that equating muscle failure with muscle building is definitely not enough.

In addition, the form of training without muscle failure offers a possible advantage: that of (probably) faster regeneration.


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Re: like muscle failure with DZA 2 sample plan?

of Scale »04 Oct 2018 19:27



Please give the doi, mortelli et al 2017 is nowhere to be found.
Or simply the link to the study instead of any fitness website.

HartTdO wrote:That's not to say that there aren't any studies that have found improved training effects on repetitions to failure. But the most recent study by Mortelli et al. makes it clear that equating muscle failure with muscle building is definitely not enough.

In addition, the form of training without muscle failure offers a possible advantage: that of (probably) faster regeneration.


So stay tuned, MV was associated with advantages and disadvantages in terms of hyperthrophy. Ergo, both KO training and Submax have their right to exist.

HartTdO wrote:It should have got around by now that training to the point of muscle failure is even counterproductive .....

So why this?
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LAUCH3D wrote:The storry of Son Goku, 72 virgins, 1 rarity and the motivation:
Ritalin for Motivation? As if motivation were an organ where the active ingredient could start. Motivation is just a theoretical construct to describe behavior. If you want to be causal, then you don't have to talk about Ritalin (that would be the same as calling every sneaker Adidas) Ritalin is a brand name, you would have to see what the active ingredient does. But that is far too complex.

You have defined a goal: >> Bodybuilding <<
But that is not an achievable goal. So there will be no such thing as "motivation". If you had a goal that you can visualize, a very concrete and achievable goal, like you with 110-120kg and 10% KFA, then -> you could build a motivation on it.

A motivation as willingness to act would be a collection of motives, i.e. basic attitudes. "A muscular body is healthy "," Bodybuilders work and are successful "Established principles in the belief system.

But if this belief container were in it: "Bodybuilders look shitty "," Muscles are ugly "," you have to use fabrics to reach 110-120kg "," fabrics sucks ". Then of course there is no motivation

If you can get people to blow themselves up, it should be easy to program yourself for success. That’s the theory. As long as we are talked into shit by the environment (disruptive factor), there is resistance in the Belive system / belief system. When a lot of people or people we care about "bodybuilders look like monkeys and are stupid" what the media does. Then we believe that too. This is also what every woman will get out of it because they are programmed to do it. We, in turn, were programmed to do the opposite by Dragonball, Rambo, Arni and today's kids by Karl ess and co. A simple belief. Faith shapes our reality. Whether the virgins in paradise or whether we are drummed into the fact that a Porsche 911 and a penthouse in Stuttgart will change our lives, it's always a matter of faith. You have to believe that you get something out of it when you reach the goal of 120kg (that the penor length doesn't matter, or that you will then be respected or whatever) You have to believe it.

The shortcut to motivation. Chritiane F-Style
do you have to? There is not necessarily a motivation for the thing itself. If you just start pumping and notice that the Saxon is motivating itself. The experience, De 'Fielink, ju no if Blat is rasing in tu jur Massels. The pump or the cream slices on the yoga mat in front of the cardio equipment, the success and, for some, the booster before the training also forms the motivation. The high is associated with training and you want it again and again. So yes you could theoretically motivate yourself with stimulants. And the more dependent the substance makes, the greater the motivation will be. The same effect as if you were successful once and tasted blood there. For some, it is enough to get their parents' attention only once, finally. Or from the boss or from someone. Not to feel useless for once, not to be inferior.

Doesn't sound very strong, but that's motivation. Biopsychologically they can be traced back to different structures. Most of the time, the reward system (nucleus accumbens ... lots of dopaminergic neurons) has a hand in it. With every addiction and every strong desire. Even with hunger and thirst, with sex, etc. Actually everything is relatively primitive. If you have a substance like nicotine, amphetamine, cocaine, opioids then you can easily motivate yourself. If you have to establish a link first, it becomes unsexy. >> Get up every morning at 5 a.m. and drive to work in the rickety Gulf where you have to do things for the boss, where you have to crawl (being nice for no reason is crawling up the ass), where you can find their cars, their success, their manliness and must admiring everything, day after day. Where you have to assert yourself and prove yourself, only to be admired at some point when you are old and gray (which is very manly and experienced, or just has no more hair because of the stress) THEN you get exactly the same neurotransmitters as the Assi who treats himself to his pep for 6 euros a gram and bangs Chantal and her mother all day.

Conclusion: You can give yourself the Ritalin just like that, neurochemically it will be nothing else than standing on the Mr Olympia stage and hugging the oiled Kai Greene . Based on experience and status, it's a nobody vs a legend (but it's all a matter of belief)

HartTdO
 

Re: like muscle failure with DZA 2 sample plan?

of HartTdO »04 Oct 2018 19:35

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5505097/


There is another cross-reference to Sampson and Groeller, who found the same thing:

Muscle failure does NOT add value to hypertrophy ....


Recently, Sampson and Groeller investigated young men and observed no additional effect of performing repetitions to muscle failure on the elbow flexors ’muscle hypertrophy




But I don't want to take your illusion away from you ... you continue to train until the MV ..... I continue to train like I do ....

"Faith moves mountains (as is well known)" ...


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Re: like muscle failure with DZA 2 sample plan?

of Scale »04 Oct 2018 19:53

HartTdO wrote:
Muscle failure does NOT add value to hypertrophy ...


... for young women who have not trained for at least 6 months and then biceps curls twice a week, all with 70% 1RM, without any information about diet, past.
Oh boy, the study is really tough, man, that answers the question once and for all, Hallelujah.

So much for illusion you smart fellow.

It stays that way, the decisive factor is the muscle stimulus which is the maximum in the MV. Logically that you have no advantages from completely destroying yourself 7x a week, logically that who has never trained up to the MV has not exhausted his potential.

HartTdO wrote:It should have got around by now that training to the point of muscle failure is even counterproductive .....
... remains nonsense.
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LAUCH3D wrote:The storry of Son Goku, 72 virgins, 1 rarity and the motivation:
Ritalin for Motivation? As if motivation were an organ where the active ingredient could start. Motivation is just a theoretical construct to describe behavior. If you want to be causal, then you don't have to talk about Ritalin (that would be the same as calling every sneaker Adidas) Ritalin is a brand name, you would have to see what the active ingredient does. But that is far too complex.

You have defined a goal: >> Bodybuilding <<
But that is not an achievable goal. So there will be no such thing as "motivation". If you had a goal that you can visualize, a very concrete and achievable goal, like you with 110-120kg and 10% KFA, then -> you could build a motivation on it.

A motivation as willingness to act would be a collection of motives, i.e. basic attitudes. "A muscular body is healthy "," Bodybuilders work and are successful "Established principles in the belief system.

But if this belief container were in it: "Bodybuilders look shitty "," Muscles are ugly "," you have to use fabrics to reach 110-120kg "," fabrics sucks ". Then of course there is no motivation

If you can get people to blow themselves up, it should be easy to program yourself for success. That’s the theory. As long as we are talked into shit by the environment (disruptive factor), there is resistance in the Belive system / belief system. When a lot of people or people we care about "bodybuilders look like monkeys and are stupid" what the media does. Then we believe that too. This is also what every woman will get out of it because they are programmed to do it. We, in turn, were programmed to do the opposite by Dragonball, Rambo, Arni and today's kids by Karl ess and co. A simple belief. Faith shapes our reality. Whether the virgins in paradise or whether we are drummed into the fact that a Porsche 911 and a penthouse in Stuttgart will change our lives, it's always a matter of faith. You have to believe that you get something out of it when you reach the goal of 120kg (that the penor length doesn't matter, or that you will then be respected or whatever) You have to believe it.

The shortcut to motivation. Chritiane F-Style
do you have to? There is not necessarily a motivation for the thing itself. If you just start pumping and notice that the Saxon is motivating itself. The experience, De 'Fielink, ju no if Blat is rasing in tu jur Massels. The pump or the cream slices on the yoga mat in front of the cardio equipment, the success and, for some, the booster before the training also forms the motivation. The high is associated with training and you want it again and again. So yes you could theoretically motivate yourself with stimulants. And the more dependent the substance makes, the greater the motivation will be. The same effect as if you were successful once and tasted blood there. For some, it is enough to get their parents' attention only once, finally. Or from the boss or from someone. Not to feel useless for once, not to be inferior.

Doesn't sound very strong, but that's motivation. Biopsychologically they can be traced back to different structures. Most of the time, the reward system (nucleus accumbens ... lots of dopaminergic neurons) has a hand in it. With every addiction and every strong desire. Even with hunger and thirst, with sex, etc. Actually everything is relatively primitive. If you have a substance like nicotine, amphetamine, cocaine, opioids then you can easily motivate yourself. If you have to establish a link first, it becomes unsexy. >> Get up every morning at 5 a.m. and drive to work in the rickety Gulf where you have to do things for the boss, where you have to crawl (being nice for no reason is crawling up the ass), where you can find their cars, their success, their manliness and must admiring everything, day after day. Where you have to assert yourself and prove yourself, only to be admired at some point when you are old and gray (which is very manly and experienced, or just has no more hair because of the stress) THEN you get exactly the same neurotransmitters as the Assi who treats himself to his pep for 6 euros a gram and bangs Chantal and her mother all day.

Conclusion: You can give yourself the Ritalin just like that, neurochemically it will be nothing else than standing on the Mr Olympia stage and hugging the oiled Kai Greene . Based on experience and status, it's a nobody vs a legend (but it's all a matter of belief)

HartTdO
 

Re: like muscle failure with DZA 2 sample plan?

of HartTdO »04 Oct 2018 20:20

Yes, it just makes no sense to discuss studies with people who do not understand them ...


While failure may be a powerful tool in a bodybuilder's training regimen, it comes with a significant cost. For example, Spanish researcher Dr. Mikel Izquierdo found that training to failure every set drastically increased resting levels of the catabolic hormone cortisol and suppressed anabolic growth factors such as IGF-1. [1] This seems to indicate that bodybuilders who take every set to absolute failure may put themselves at risk of hindering long-term growth.

In another study at the Research and Sport Medicine Center in Pamplona, ​​Spain, researchers found that failure training ramped up levels of the nucleotide adenosine monophosphate (AMP) quite dramatically compared to non-failure. [2] Elevated AMP is a sign that the cell is drained of energy, and when this occurs, protein synthesis decreases.


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Re: like muscle failure with DZA 2 sample plan?

of Scale »04 Oct 2018 20:50

On the Scale from Leek to Mr. O

LAUCH3D wrote:The storry of Son Goku, 72 virgins, 1 rarity and the motivation:
Ritalin for Motivation? As if motivation were an organ where the active ingredient could start. Motivation is just a theoretical construct to describe behavior. If you want to be causal, then you don't have to talk about Ritalin (that would be the same as calling every sneaker Adidas) Ritalin is a brand name, you would have to see what the active ingredient does. But that is far too complex.

You have defined a goal: >> Bodybuilding <<
But that is not an achievable goal. So there will be no such thing as "motivation". If you had a goal that you can visualize, a very concrete and achievable goal, like you with 110-120kg and 10% KFA, then -> you could build a motivation on it.

A motivation as willingness to act would be a collection of motives, i.e. basic attitudes. "A muscular body is healthy "," Bodybuilders work and are successful "Established principles in the belief system.

But if this belief container were in it: "Bodybuilders look shitty "," Muscles are ugly "," you have to use fabrics to reach 110-120kg "," fabrics sucks ". Then of course there is no motivation

If you can get people to blow themselves up, it should be easy to program yourself for success. That’s the theory. As long as we are talked into shit by the environment (disruptive factor), there is resistance in the Belive system / belief system. When a lot of people or people we care about "bodybuilders look like monkeys and are stupid" what the media does. Then we believe that too. This is also what every woman will get out of it because they are programmed to do it. We, in turn, were programmed to do the opposite by Dragonball, Rambo, Arni and today's kids by Karl ess and co. A simple belief. Faith shapes our reality. Whether the virgins in paradise or whether we are drummed into the fact that a Porsche 911 and a penthouse in Stuttgart will change our lives, it's always a matter of faith. You have to believe that you get something out of it when you reach the goal of 120kg (that the penor length doesn't matter, or that you will then be respected or whatever) You have to believe it.

The shortcut to motivation. Chritiane F-Style
do you have to? There is not necessarily a motivation for the thing itself. If you just start pumping and notice that the Saxon is motivating itself. The experience, De 'Fielink, ju no if Blat is rasing in tu jur Massels. The pump or the cream slices on the yoga mat in front of the cardio equipment, the success and, for some, the booster before the training also forms the motivation. The high is associated with training and you want it again and again. So yes you could theoretically motivate yourself with stimulants. And the more dependent the substance makes, the greater the motivation will be. The same effect as if you were successful once and tasted blood there. For some, it is enough to get their parents' attention only once, finally. Or from the boss or from someone. Not to feel useless for once, not to be inferior.

Doesn't sound very strong, but that's motivation. Biopsychologically they can be traced back to different structures. Most of the time, the reward system (nucleus accumbens ... lots of dopaminergic neurons) has a hand in it. With every addiction and every strong desire. Even with hunger and thirst, with sex, etc. Actually everything is relatively primitive. If you have a substance like nicotine, amphetamine, cocaine, opioids then you can easily motivate yourself. If you have to establish a link first, it becomes unsexy. >> Get up every morning at 5 a.m. and drive to work in the rickety Gulf where you have to do things for the boss, where you have to crawl (being nice for no reason is crawling up the ass), where you can find their cars, their success, their manliness and must admiring everything, day after day. Where you have to assert yourself and prove yourself, only to be admired at some point when you are old and gray (which is very manly and experienced, or just has no more hair because of the stress) THEN you get exactly the same neurotransmitters as the Assi who treats himself to his pep for 6 euros a gram and bangs Chantal and her mother all day.

Conclusion: You can give yourself the Ritalin just like that, neurochemically it will be nothing else than standing on the Mr Olympia stage and hugging the oiled Kai Greene . Based on experience and status, it's a nobody vs a legend (but it's all a matter of belief)


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Body height (cm): 173
Body fat percentage (%): 21
Start of training (year): 2018
Training location: Studio
Training log: Yes
Favorite exercise: Seated rowing
Nutrition plan: Yes
Martial arts: No
Target weight (kg): 75
Target KFA (%): 12
Studio: x-fit
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Re: like muscle failure with DZA 2 sample plan?

of Turbocharger »05 Oct 2018 18:02

outstanding. 3 people 5 opinions. hardly helps.


It would be interesting to know what people look like, to put it bluntly:
I watch how the biggest skin racks in the studio give other tips, where you only think: aha, your avoidable knowledge is going well, it just obviously doesn't even work for you. Do you always train softly after the 1st set, 2nd a little harder and 3rd at the end until failure or how do I know, if there is no MV, that I am setting a stimulus at all. that is a mystery to me.

without mean now.
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