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Training Frequency

Day 7 of the daily workout. Close grip pull ups, feet elevated parallette push ups, and 300 squats squats. This is a high rep, minimalist, calisthenics workout for health, fitness and muscle. Also, I discuss training frequency, its significance, how to manipulate for your training program.

Training frequency is just a matter of how you are distributing your weekly volume, and is less important than your overall training volume. If you are training pull ups with around 14 sets per week, you can train 2 sets 7 days per week, or 7 sets 2 days per week to achieve the same volume.

There are pros and cons to both low and high frequency training.

High frequency pros- easier to keep you sets high quality due to not building up too much fatigue on any one session. Frequent practice of particular movements.

High frequency cons- easy to overdo and easier to develop overuse injuries.

Low frequency pro- excellent for people who like to go "all out" each session. Low risk of overuse injury. Great for when you have multiple movements for body parts (like for bodybuilding).

Low frequency con- Infrequent "practice" with movements. Sets later in the session suffer in quality

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