Which conventional training style leads to greater improvements in strength and hypertrophy?

Established guidelines by both the Strength and Conditioning and Sports Medicine governing (i.e., NSCA, NASM, ACSM,  etc.) body’s recommend specific set, repetition and intensity guidelines for differing training purposes. For example, it’s commonly accepted that hypertrophy training is best developed with moderate loads (e.g., 67-85% of 1RM) for moderate to high repetition ranges (e.g., 6-12 …

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