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Old 01-11-2011, 03:40 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by buZZkiLL View Post
Let me restate this. I don't mind working hard but I just don't feel that training 6 days per week is good for me right now. I got other things in life going on yet all these d00ds on bodybuilding.com keep telling me high volume is the way to go.

It's not that I don't want to work hard. I just want to know if I can in only 3 to 4 days a week??? I would also like some eating help so i don't have to count every gram of everything.

I'm average height and weight, about 18% bodyfat. Nothing special. Just not seeing many changes from all this work and cooking.
High volume don't mean times a week, its per work out.
YES 3-4 days a week, high volume (high number of sets)20-30 sets, less than 2 hours gym time you can make gains if you nutrition and sleep are good.
But yes on bb.com there is to much hype. real world here.
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