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    Should I Increase The Sets?

    After training for 2 years with 12 sets for everything except bi's where i do less and legs where i do more, I suddenly don't get that exhausted feeling at the end of my workout and I always feel I can do more now. Should I add in another exercise?

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    trying increasing the weight

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    I wouldn't worry about the exhausted feeling; just make sure you are doing more work than your last workout. You could increase weight, sets, reps, or even do the same workout in less time. Just as long as you do more work, you'll see improvement. Check out out Strength Coach Charles Staley (t-nation.com) for EDT training and he'll give you a better explanation.
    Last edited by striker93; 08-29-2005 at 01:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by striker93
    I wouldn't worry about the exhausted feeling; just make sure you are doing more work than your last workout. You could increase weight, sets, reps, or even do the same workout in less time. Just as long as you do work, you'll see improvement. Check out out Strength Coach Charles Staley (t-nation.com) for EDT training and he'll give you a better explanation.
    i agree..and good advice.

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    dunno if you mix the workouts up but if you don't i would give that a try. just try to shock your body with diff reps,weight,position, etc. that will force your muscles to grow and it should give you some more energy.

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