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  • In-Human
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    veemann, Yes it is determined by both, the exercises and the bodypart, since we do r/p for some exercises and straight sets for others.

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    Originally posted by In-Human
    veemann, I understand you are from michigan, so I will help you since anyone from there needs it.

    We do some exercises 11-15, 15-20, 20-30RP and we also do straight sets at 8 then 4 sometimes 20, or heavy brutal set of 12...
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    Thanks for the reply.
    I understand the variation with the reps but is the range determined by the bodypart or by some other guide.

    Veemann

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  • In-Human
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    veemann, I understand you are from michigan, so I will help you since anyone from there needs it.

    We do some exercises 11-15, 15-20, 20-30RP and we also do straight sets at 8 then 4 sometimes 20, or heavy brutal set of 12...

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    Rep Ranges

    Please forgive me if I missed this but I've searched here and Mayhem and can't find it. What are guide lines Dogg suggests for determining our rep ranges from workout to workout, high rep 12-15 mid 8-10, or low 4-6? I realize he has his program geared to strength so I would assume it would be mid to low.

    Thanks in advance.

    Veemann
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