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Unread 01-02-2013, 10:24 PM
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He prefers auto regulation, then the volume should take care of itself. For example, if you have just worked chest/back the smaller muscles will be slightly fatigued and you will most likely get less volume. If you work arms on a separate day you will get more volume.

If your not comfortable using auto regulation then

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15-30 when you have only one exercise for a muscle group, for priority muscle groups, when training with lighter weights, or just have a higher volume tolerance

10-20 when you have two exercises for a muscle group, or have a moderate volume tolerance

5-15 of isolation exercises or smaller muscle groups when you already have trained 1-2 base lift or overlapping exercises, when lifting very heavy weights, or if for different reasons, have lower exercise tolerance.
These are a few years old and he may have changed his ideas though. http://translate.googleusercontent.c...8Qz5GVL0z1lY6Q

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Blade, how would you, roughly, set up a typical deload for someone using myo-reps?
and how often?
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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:
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What is the difference between myo reps and rest-pause method?
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What is the difference between myo reps and rest-pause method?

Myo-reps is a rest pause variation that is similar to the DC-style approach, except that DC uses failure as a stop gauge.

Cluster sets is a heavier variation of rest pause that has you training with loads in excess of 80% 1RM which allows you full fiber recruitment from the first rep, so that you don't need to keep rest periods short like Myo or DC to maintain HTMU activation.

PITT Force (pretty much the same as Dan Moore's Max Stim) uses heavy loads except that every rep is rest-paused until the target volume/rep goal is achieved.

Mike Mentzer's rest-pause was to take a near maximal load and perform a rep. Rest 15-20 seconds, then another, until 4-6 were completed. He was having loads used around 95% 1RM.

Basically, they are all variations of the same theme. Myo-reps and DC try to optimize lighter loads, Cluster and PITT force try to allow more volume performed with heavier loads by managing the fatigue between reps.
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Is it just me or...

fruit (phil hernon diet ripoff) diet was great
carbless pwo was great
advanced concept diet was great
byorithm diet (same stuff as advanced concept diet) was great

training wise

upper lower split was great
hst was great
dc training was great
is own version of dc training was great
phil hernon type of splits was great ?
myo reps was great
changing programs frequently was great, even training each bodypart 1 time per week bro style was good
now lately looks like the holy grail it's myo reps + high frequency
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Is it just me or...

fruit (phil hernon diet ripoff) diet was great
carbless pwo was great
advanced concept diet was great
byorithm diet (same stuff as advanced concept diet) was great

training wise

upper lower split was great
hst was great
dc training was great
is own version of dc training was great
phil hernon type of splits was great ?
myo reps was great
changing programs frequently was great, even training each bodypart 1 time per week bro style was good
now lately looks like the holy grail it's myo reps + high frequency
Blade (has) had many interesting things to say,but,indeed,the more his "internet popularity" began to grow,the more he has become a specialist in reinventing the wheel.
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now lately looks like the holy grail it's myo reps + high frequency
Here's his latest article

It was written in Norwegian and some words don't get translated by the computer.
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It's one thing to experiment and learn new things but when everything supposedly works so much better than previous methods...
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It's one thing to experiment and learn new things but when everything supposedly works so much better than previous methods...
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Edit: When he started advocating "sequential eating" I began to wonder if he's slowly losing it.
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