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Old 09-14-2012, 08:06 AM   #1
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Default High Frequency vs. Low Frequency

T NATION | High Frequency vs. Low Frequency

Just sharing some info from an article:

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High Frequency: Training a specific movement or exercise three or more times per week.
Low frequency: Training a specific movement or exercise once a week or less.
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Lifts that seem to respond favorably to high frequency:

Olympic lifts
Bench press
Overhead press
High-bar squats
Bodyweight exercises
Sport-specific movements
Abs/core work
Forearms
Calves
Note: I have not had good success training both the bench press and the overhead press with high frequency simultaneously.
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Lifts that seem to respond favorably to low frequency:

Low bar squat
Deadlift
Good mornings
Most lat exercises
Biceps exercises
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