Should You Train With Low or High Frequency for Maximum Muscle Growth?

Should you train with low or high frequency for maximum muscle growth?  A recent study examined the impact of two volume equated routines using different frequencies on muscle hypertrophy.  So which frequency was shown to be better?  Or was there really any difference?  How often should you train each muscle group?  In this video research review, I answer all these questions and more.  As always, the devil is in the details, and some people have been making more out of this study than what they should.

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