German volume training is typically where in a training session, you perform no more than 2 compound exercises with 10 sets of 10 repetitions with a 60% one-rep max load while using 60-90 seconds of rest between sets.Read More
Within the fitness world, there seem to be diverse opinions on how many sets a person should perform to build muscle optimally.
On one end of the spectrum, some believe a low number of sets is sufficient, with some even proposing 1 set of repetitions to failure per exercise is all you need to build muscle.
On the other end of the spectrum, others suggest that so long as you can successfully recover from it, more sets mean more stimulus, thus the higher number of sets you can perform the better for muscle growth.Read More
It’s not uncommon to hear that volume drives muscle hypertrophy.
Specifically, it’s thought more volume could produce more muscle hypertrophy, probably up until a certain point.Read More