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From a health point of view, how many sets are suggested when strength training?

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    If I recall, it is 2 or 3... I think 3. Because you need some exhasution to get value, but you do not want to completely wear things out to the pount where you make errors. However, it would be best to look in your materials because sources conflict on this. It depends partially on who is teaching the topic and what goals they are aiming for.

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