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    Shoulder: Large or small muscle group?

    I was reading and article about reps and set ranges (posted below).

    What is left out is shoulders. Are they considered a large or small muscle group?

    KNOW YOUR REP AND SET RANGE.
    >5 reps= strength
    6-8 reps= Mass, strength
    8-10= Some strength, some mass, some endurance
    10-15= Endurance

    12-15 sets= Large muscle groups (i.e. legs, back, chest, etc)
    6-10 sets= Small muscle groups (i.e. Biceps, triceps, calves, etc.)
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    I believe that shoulders are small muscle groups, as they get worked while working the larger muscle groups
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    How about a medium muscle group?
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    Originally Posted by Most Muscular View Post
    How about a medium muscle group?
    There you go. But that's too logical!
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    Originally Posted by Reelmaster View Post
    I was reading and article about reps and set ranges (posted below).

    What is left out is shoulders. Are they considered a large or small muscle group?

    KNOW YOUR REP AND SET RANGE.
    >5 reps= strength
    6-8 reps= Mass, strength
    8-10= Some strength, some mass, some endurance
    10-15= Endurance

    12-15 sets= Large muscle groups (i.e. legs, back, chest, etc)
    6-10 sets= Small muscle groups (i.e. Biceps, triceps, calves, etc.)
    What is the name and source of this article?
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    Originally Posted by Old-Time-Lifter View Post
    What is the name and source of this article?
    It was on a sticky in the Muscle and Fitness Forum. I will try to find it and give you the exact location. I was just clicking and browsing and came across it.
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