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Is this anywhere near true?
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no
https://www.strongerbyscience.com/hypertrophy-range-fact-fiction/
Hower doing higher rep ranges might get more useful sets in because its not as tiring as heavy (1-5) sets
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rep range doesnt matter, its about load relative to your 1 rep max and the amount of volume you do in a specific time frame

if you wanna train safe and make good gains while not training for a competition just stay in the 65-75% range and occasionally go to 80%. For reference doing 8 reps with 2 reps from failure is 75% of your 1rm. You also could do 20 sets of 2 at this load if you keep rest really short like 20seconds

the more volume you can do in a shorter time frame the more gains you will make
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>>44735163
>https://www.strongerbyscience.com/hypertrophy-range-fact-fiction/
This doesn't fit my bias but it's hard to argue against that evidence. Thanks anon.
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>>44735163
Helpful, thank you senpai
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>>44735056
Yes, the NSCA manual, 4th edition, is correct. Anyway you should read the whole chapter rather than drawing immediate conclusions from one of the graphs.
That and >>44735163 say the same things.
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Stupid question but what exactly is meant by muscle endurance? What is it's real world application?
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>>44735280
>if you wanna train safe stay in 65-75% range
>thinks you injure yourself above that
>most likely also thinks his form "dont matter"
what a faggot you are
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>>44735769

Real world application would be repeated manipulation of small loads over a long interval of time, like what happens in most manual labor jobs, loading/unloading a moving truck or carrying things over a distance for example
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>>44735769
Real world strength. All things you do irl take longer than a few seconds - working, running, walking, fighting, hunting, everything.
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>>44735901
I see, cheers guys.




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