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Old 03-26-2010, 08:26 PM   #11
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okay I see now. I can see how hard it would be to have a routine like this. I would have to do this on a friday a give my body time to heal over the weekend so that it didn't effect the rest of my workout.
i always used a split, based around the big three, and did 2-3 exercises for the major muscle groups and 1 for the smaller ones (i.e. arms and crap)
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also due to the multiple variables that may be present in each of the studies it could be flawed
I am the author of this paper.

First, only studies comparing single to multiple sets, while keeping all other variables equivalent, were included in the analysis.

Second, the statistical model used in the study (random effects model) accounts for the fact that you can't account for every possible source of variation between studies. Thus, compared to a traditional "fixed effects" model, you have larger standard errors and it's harder to see significant differences.

Basically what I'm saying is that my study accounts for the "multiple variables that might be present" both in the selection criteria and in the statistical model.
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they are often performed on machines only with newbs at the helm.
Many of the studies included in the analysis involved free weights, and some of them involved experienced trainees.


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Researchers don't like scary free weights.
As an avid resistance trainer myself, I use almost exclusively free weights. I am also the editor for Journal of Pure Power, an online magazine for strength and power athletes.
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Welcome to the forum James and thanks for the explanation.
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