Hey Guys, These are my core exercises: a. Macebell 10 to 2 b. Clean and Strict Press c. Jefferson Lift d. Weighted Pullup So here's a little background on what's going on: I was doing 15 reps per exercise per session 4 days a week and overextended myself, which required me to take a 2 week deload to get back to normal. I cut the weights back to 75% of my theoretical maxes in order to work back up and started training 6 days a week. I started out with what I thought was low volume and found that the same overtraining warning signs that preceded my deload period started cropping up. So I started cutting back the volume on each exercise until I started leaving the gym feeling fresh. Right now my workouts are looking like this: a. 6 Reps of Macebell 10 to 2 b. Clean and Strict Press for 3 singles c. Jefferson Lift for 2 singles d. Weighted Pullup for 3 singles 6 DAYS A WEEK ALL AT ROUGHLY 75% OF CALCULATED MAXES) If I increase the volume by even one rep on any of these excercises it becomes unsustainable and the fatigue accumulates throughout the week until I feel drained and lethargic for the remainder of the day. So here's my question: Have any of you been able to make progress with volume this low? It feels almost too easy and I'm not sure if I'm wasting my time or not. Also are there any guidelines on how much weekly volume you should shoot for on a high frequency program?