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Just published this, for those interested:

http://trainforlife.no/blogg/myo-reps-in-english/
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Finally, no more bork bork bork. Thanks for putting this up.
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Finally, no more bork bork bork. Thanks for putting this up.
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Just published this, for those interested:

http://trainforlife.no/blogg/myo-reps-in-english/
In terms of training frequency what would you recommend for the average intermediate trainee every 5th day or twice/week using these methods?
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Thanks for posting, Borge
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Borge, I wonder if you have tried to cooperate two different types of autoregulation methods in one workout.
first exercise - heavy compound up to top set in range 5-8 reps
second - isolation movement myo-reps set 12-15+3x

basically - tension+fatigue+autoregulation in both

for example for pecs:
bench press
peck-deck

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In terms of training frequency what would you recommend for the average intermediate trainee every 5th day or twice/week using these methods?
I was kinda off-handedly wondering about Myo-Reps being used instead of the DC rest-pause, with a DC-style bodypart split on a M/W/F with ABA BAB scheduling.

Not for me, personally, I like what I have been doing, but it seems like a workable plan for someone that liked the DC-style BB workouts but didn't cope well with actually hitting failure on a daily basis. With M-R there's better autoregulation IMO because of the RPE 9 "coming close to failure" method.
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What timing. I just came to ask about the newest iteration that you mentioned was on the MountainDog site back in January. You had mentioned that you would make it public soon thereafter.

Is this what you were referring too, Blade?

Thanks again. Very glad to see a blog in english!!
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