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  • The hypothesis is that hyp induced by metabolic...

    The hypothesis is that hyp induced by metabolic fatigue and mech tension involve individual recovery mechanisms, which in theory benefit from splitting it via heavy/light days. Though, there’s...
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    Yup. Not even really necessary beyond novice too

    Yup. Not even really necessary beyond novice too
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    Honestly, it’s really that simple. 5-20 reps @...

    Honestly, it’s really that simple. 5-20 reps @ 0-3 RIR for hyp, which is your strength potential, then realize that strength potential with top end work (1-4 reps). Can do this as top sets, followed...
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    IMO, I’d just cut on the current program I was...

    IMO, I’d just cut on the current program I was running to minimize as many variables as possible. If it’s for enjoyment, give it a go for a bit and see.

    Re cardio, nothing wrong with it during a...
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    It’ll be fine if that’s the work capacity you’ve...

    It’ll be fine if that’s the work capacity you’ve built up to during the prior bulk. If it’s uncharted territory for you, it probably won’t be sustainable. For the same reason why you shouldn’t simply...
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    That’s fair, all good bro. I agree beginners...

    That’s fair, all good bro. I agree beginners shouldn’t be using RPE and should just follow the program, hitting their 3x5 and upping the weight as written. Beyond that stage, 1-2 RIR is great for...
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    Sorry for not explaining it in my post, but yep...

    Sorry for not explaining it in my post, but yep biogeek pretty much covers it.



    Think you’ve mistaken me for somebody else, my dude. My total was >1100 last time comp lifts were in rotation,...
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    Yep, going to failure hits upper threshold fibers...

    Yep, going to failure hits upper threshold fibers more than RIR, if you’re able to maintain reps within proximity to failure for the respective load. This usually isn’t what happens towards the last...
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    Except I never actually said this. You’re...

    Except I never actually said this. You’re misunderstanding. I’ve been saying that it’s a game of expenditure based on one’s work capacity. Stimulus to fatigue, basically. By training to failure on...
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    But it’s not holding back. Don’t forget that 0-2...

    But it’s not holding back. Don’t forget that 0-2 RIR is basically equivalent for stimulating hyp. It’s all 1 hard set. Therefore, the “do another set” argument does not make sense. Okay so you do...
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    Yep, agree with the overarching message here

    Yep, agree with the overarching message here
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    After briefly looking again at that...

    After briefly looking again at that meta-analysis, correct. They’re only implications and nothing concrete. However, I don’t know why you’re speaking in absolutes about volume when the practical...
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    Will gather links at a later time. Off the top of...

    Will gather links at a later time. Off the top of my head, the meta analysis by brad schoenfeld and group, which from memory showed no significant differences in immediate results, but training to...
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    I’d argue that the negative implications of...

    I’d argue that the negative implications of training to failure all the time are pronounced the more advanced a lifter becomes. I do agree that there’s no ‘failure boogeyman’ and most will get...
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    It’s essentially a stimulus to fatigue issue. The...

    It’s essentially a stimulus to fatigue issue. The extra reps you’re pushing per set offers little to no additional growth potential, but it will disproportionately accrue fatigue. It’s somewhat...
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    Sure, I’m not doubting it works for him at all. I...

    Sure, I’m not doubting it works for him at all. I was challenging the dogmatic view of only training to failure all the time. Not the position to take in the context of giving advice, especially when...
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    Ignoring the literature and anecdote from...

    Ignoring the literature and anecdote from high-level coaches and athletes for discussion sake. Like you, I’m speaking from experience. This would make my assertion just as plausible as yours. Your...
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    Ironically, this isn’t actually training as hard...

    Ironically, this isn’t actually training as hard as you can and will have you packing up well before your true work capacity. It’s less overall work, with a similar, or greater, recovery demand. Not...
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    DE has a lot of benefits, but it doesn’t...

    DE has a lot of benefits, but it doesn’t translate well to the sport of powerlifting where 1RM is the goal and the speed in which you do that not being that important. It’s second-tier force...
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    Basically replacing it with more volume work,...

    Basically replacing it with more volume work, which is fine. However, the context of the video is powerlifting and conjugate really isn’t the best template for it. It’s better suited to athletes or...
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