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Old 02-09-2014, 11:04 AM   #1
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Hi to all, Im following sheiko in the order 29 37 30 32, already done 29 and 37. My question is some days the working weight feels heavy, even though Im only doing like 3 reps and IŽve done 10+ before starting sheiko. Is this normal to happen with a high volume routine (strength fluctuations?)btw Im eating enough and sleeping well.
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High volume will definitely bring out the best in some and the worst in others. You might find that if you push through you will end up with great results, but it also may be the case that high volume just isn't for you.

One thing about sheiko though, is that it includes extra sets during the ramp up to heavy weight. This extra volume will definitely leave you a bit more tired by the time you get to your heaviest sets, especially if your conditioning isn't the best. The only way to know if it's working well for you is to finish whatever sheiko your on and test yourself.

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thanks, I was thinking on not doing #30 and going straight to #32 but IŽll just finish it and see what it brings. cheers
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thanks, I was thinking on not doing #30 and going straight to #32 but IŽll just finish it and see what it brings. cheers
I'm not up on the different numbers anymore. All I know is that one of them is designed for peaking, and they have varying amounts of volume and intensity. I agree with finishing this one before you get to committed on your next one.
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