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Old 02-20-2014, 08:06 PM   #4
BravenFenix
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Advanced guys tend to be on higher doses of gear and continue growing no matter what they do. Most people still chase the "pump" aka high reps and it's rather useless for non enhanced lifters. Most people I see in the gym do around 15 reps and still look the same month after month. Most don't do many compound lifts either so that's a major factor. If they were doing 15 rep sets with compounds and adding weight over time, they would still grow, but 6-12 rep range works well because its heavier and progress can be made faster and more effectively.
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