Just starting the delorme method training routine with an upper/lower body split. Finding it very useful after coming back from a short layoff due to an illness. Also it's a very good routine while cutting bodyfat. It involves 2 warm up sets then 1 work set to failure. The traditional way of doing sets is to increase the weight on each set while keeping the rep range the same, eg 3x10
Set 1 50% 10rm warm up
Set 2 70% 10rm warm up
Set 3 100% 10rm to failure
Sometimes I'll do a 4th set in which I'll drop the weight down by 5 to 10 pounds and do a second set to failure but that's only when I feel the need.
Personally I use the 8 to 12 rep range as it gives me a bit more flexibility than just keeping to 10 reps.
Standing calf raises
Seated calf raises
Crunches (for abs I do 10 to 15 reps)
It's nothing new I know but really am enjoying this routine for it's simplicity and efficientancy. I usually use straight sets but have found that way of training boring while this way I have to put every thing into that finale set instead of spreading the intensity across 3 sets with static weight. Plus my strength has gone up quicker on this program. I guess less really is more.