7 minutes ago
5x5, 3x3, 1 top loading set per exercise, high intensity, training percentages, RPE, full body, upper/lower, PPL
Whatever it may be, enjoying a training plan will always be king!
If you enjoy what you do you’ll do it better.
Like I’ve said before IMO training with higher intensity in 2-3 loading sets is what’s best for me. I’m productive as hell in fewer sets which means I have the ability to progress lifts much better. But! For some or most people they can’t attack a set like what I can. They stop themselves when the set really starts hurting which means the’ll not cause the same stress as actually training to failure. Thats fine, all that’s required for that person is to add another set or 2.
Finding what works for you is so important to your progress. If it feels like a chore then it’s probably not for you.
Find what you like, adhere to it for a long period of time, aim to get strong as hell, work hard and watch the results!