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    The intensity should never drop, however a small drop in the volume wouldn't matter at all.
    If you are performing 18 sets for back, I would recommend cutting down the amount of sets there.

    Each repetition should be challenging to perform, however the last 1-2 should be very difficult to perform whilst maintaining proper/good form at all times.

    Hope that helps.
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    You don't need to go to absolute failure to produce results. Progressively overloading your body in general will be the key - stopping a rep short of failure is a good point, or to just make sure the last 1-2 reps you complete are difficult to perform, whilst maintaining good and reasonable exercise form.

    Going to absolute failure can be quite stressful on the CNS and body in general, and if you were to train to absolute failure you will likely need to further manipulate your volume (sets).

    You can reduce the sets if you want to, just bear in mind that 'more' isn't always 'better' in bodybuilding in terms of 'the more sets the better'.

    Give it a try and see how you go with it.
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    PM me with the link so we can talk.
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