I'm testing out a high frequency, full body split at an intermediate level. I essentially hit major muscle groups 6X weekly with 2-4 sets each, and maybe 1-3 sets of isolation movements for the arms. Reasoning for this includes better partitioning for less fat gain, increased strength through neural learning and some of you on the forums have suggested you've gotten substantially better hypertrophy results using this. However, I have three questions for the more experienced members here. 1. Has anyone noticed the need to replenish glycogen rather quickly before the next session? Sometimes I do feel a bit "flatter" compared to low frequency (1-2x a week) , and I'm assuming this is due to a need for an increased carbohydrate intake. 2. Have anyone else besides Totetnanz and Joe.Muscle tried High Frequency routines? 3. And were they sustainable with Strategic reconditioning to dissipate the buildup of fatigue and re sensitize the body to growth? - I'm allowing fatigue to build up and not entirely recover, then using a 3:1 load to deload cycle, but I'm wondering about the long term.