<div> (colby2152 @ May 08 2008,8:03)</div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">I went over to Lyle's forum and read it for about a week. I saw familiar names such as Tot, Sci and Aaron. What I didn't like was the amount of disrespect and trash that was thrown around. There was even a section for pornography. This is why I love this forum so much. The content is clean, and the members are forced to speak clean. This is why there was such an uproar over Martin Levac. His banter and offensive words would be the usual at a forum like Lyle's.</div> That's why (at least I assume) he started the 2nd one. It's a "kinder and gentler" forum that he can point people to for support. Both are useful, but not everyone will like the old, wild one. Very interesting discussion here. I haven't been on the forum here in a while and am enjoying it. One thing that occurs to me is that for those who do the traditional 1 body part per week split they may be getting an SD-like effect. So they get a less frequent stimulus, but perhaps a stronger one due to the volume, plus a stronger response due to being deconditioned for a week. I know that some will argue that only drug users benefit from that, etc, but I know guys who do well with it. I'm not arguing for its superiority, just looking for a way to explain why different combinations of frequency, load, volume, etc can be successful for people. It seems to be highly individual, but I've seen people do well with a lot of different systems. That doesn't mean that everyone will do equally well with any system, but if we really want to understand how this stuff works we have to account for all the data points with our theory.