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Switching exercises

Cytochrome

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Hello there guys. I have always stick with the same exercises for forever. I never changed them. Years ago I read that real growth come from sticking with the same exercises and grinding them over years.

I read some things now from Mr. Doggcrapp who he says that we should pick three exercises and rotate them from workout to workout. This, he says, will lead to better gains than sticking to same exercise.

Is it OK to stick with same exercise and when stall change immediately to new one? This, instead of rotating three exercise?

Guys, I am sorry if I am not making sense, bit please inform me, is it better to also change exercises than stick to same ones?
 

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Hello there guys. I have always stick with the same exercises for forever. I never changed them. Years ago I read that real growth come from sticking with the same exercises and grinding them over years.

I read some things now from Mr. Doggcrapp who he says that we should pick three exercises and rotate them from workout to workout. This, he says, will lead to better gains than sticking to same exercise.

Is it OK to stick with same exercise and when stall change immediately to new one? This, instead of rotating three exercise?

Guys, I am sorry if I am not making sense, bit please inform me, is it better to also change exercises than stick to same ones?
it's pretty much what i do....i typically do 2 heavy exercises per body part and one light burn out exercise. for example, db flat bench, weighted dips, and cable flyes. i do those until progress is totally stalled then switch things up. honestly sometimes you can make progress from just switching the rotation of your workout rather than the exercises themselves. just play with things and you'll figure it out, but it's a solid proven way to go about contuining to make new gains. i see too many guys in the gym that i have watched from the corner of my eye do the exact same exercises for like an entire YEAR and i see them putting the same weight on the bar every single week....obviously they don't get the big picture.
 

Scr0tuMan

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Hello there guys. I have always stick with the same exercises for forever. I never changed them. Years ago I read that real growth come from sticking with the same exercises and grinding them over years.

I read some things now from Mr. Doggcrapp who he says that we should pick three exercises and rotate them from workout to workout. This, he says, will lead to better gains than sticking to same exercise.

Is it OK to stick with same exercise and when stall change immediately to new one? This, instead of rotating three exercise?

Guys, I am sorry if I am not making sense, bit please inform me, is it better to also change exercises than stick to same ones?
I personally switch up my routine every 2 weeks. E.G pullups, deadlifts,barbell row, triple set bar pulldown widegrip to wide grip row to straight arm pulldown. 2 weeks later I will only do pullups, deadlifts, barbell row, and then hammer strength machine and hammer strength row. Then I switch up from going heavy for 4 weeks and then switching over to light burn out reps next 4 weeks and then back heavy again. But yes ALWAYS SWITCH UP for better gains. This one is just a no brainer.
 

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It depends on the individual and thier goals hypertrophy,strength or just general fitness ,are you training or just exercising? are you seeing the gains/improvement you're looking for or have you stalled are you natural or enhanced how long have you been training there are lots of pieces to the puzzle there is no best method just what works for you and what doesn't

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