What is the maximum number of stimulating reps that we can do in a workout for a muscle group?

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Currently, the maximum volume that strength-trained lifters should use for optimal gains is unclear. As a result, there is vigorous debate ongoing between proponents of very high volumes and those who advocate moderate volumes…

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