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- February 25, 2009 at 1:27 pm #23475mickey67Guest
Has many members out there had good/bad experiences using any type of GVT (German Volume Training) ? Gironda/Poliquin have extolled its virtues for many many years and its hypertrophy benefits. I myself have tried it and must say i like the intensity but the boredom and lack of variety is a killer ! any thoughts ?February 25, 2009 at 3:40 pm #25052bris83Guest
Yes mate I’ve tried it and had similar responses to you, I find it useful when short for time in the gym and just need something basic but brutal. Also for player with lower limb injuries I give them some GVT for their upper body, as you can get a cardiovascular response from it also (a limited one!).March 4, 2009 at 7:25 am #25053fergusGuest
If the Volume doesn’t kill you first the boredom certainly will.
Christian Thibedeau actually came up with a variation (Optimal Volume Training) of GVT that kept the volume but included a little more variety and reduced the boredom factor. I have a copy of it somewhere, I’ll look for it for you later today.
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