All Sets are Not Created Equal

Volume is a very misunderstood metric in the fitness industry. It cannot be accurately calculated by just multiplying sets, reps, and weight or just counting sets per mucsle group. Volume cannot even always be compared across different programs and has to be assessed specific to the stimulus. Here is an introduction to better understanding volume.

Timestamps

0:45 When to consider sets as counting towards the volume of the workout for a neurological goal

2:30 Volume approximation for a metabolic stimulus

5:30 How to progress in volume without adding sets or reps

6:00 Volume considerations when adding intensifiers

6:50 Why you cannot compare volume between different stimuli

8:00 Volume per stimulus depends on the individual’s trainability

10:20 What to focus on and what to avoid in an oxidative stimulus program

More Videos

Member Videos
Evaluating AMPK vs Oxidative Stimulus in a Workout Read More

Evaluating AMPK vs Oxidative Stimulus in a Workout

by Kassem Hanson | Jan 11, 2019 |

Member Videos
Inflammation Read More

Inflammation

by N1 Education | Mar 12, 2020 |

Member Videos
Periodization Varies for Different Goals Read More

Periodization Varies for Different Goals

by N1 Education | Aug 06, 2019 |

Member Videos
Assessing if You’re Teaching and Using Proper Execution & Biomechanics Read More

Assessing if You’re Teaching and Using Proper Execution & Biomechanics

by N1 Education | Mar 12, 2020 |

Member Videos
What Is Evidence Based? Read More

What Is Evidence Based?

by N1 Education | Feb 27, 2019 |

More Articles

Member Articles
Nutrition Label Deceptions Read More

Nutrition Label Deceptions

by Cody Moxley | May 15, 2018 |

Member Articles
Understanding Tempo Read More

Understanding Tempo

by N1 Education | Jun 11, 2018 |

Member Articles
Your Program Needs Tempo Read More

Your Program Needs Tempo

by N1 Education | Dec 03, 2018 |

Member Articles
Rest Intervals Read More

Rest Intervals

by N1 Education | Dec 03, 2018 |