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Old 06-04-2011, 02:38 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by MikeM View Post
What do you mean?

I do a fullbody workout with 25 sets of squats a week and 7 sets of Deadlifts, that's 32 sets a week at least pretty much focussed on legs as well as some other body parts.

I can't imagine a fullbody workout with less than that, so where do you get that 9/10 number from?

A little more information on what you are doing would help figure out where you need help.
most beginer workouts only have 3 working sets so when I say 9/10 I am talikng about beginer workouts.

The steve reeves workout has you squating 3 times a week plus 1 working deadlift which gives you 10 sets for the legs

plus most AB full body workouts go day1 squat and day 2 deadlift also giving you 9 sets.

I just want to make sure that 9 sets per week is enough for the quads and hams to grow
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