Is volume the most important muscle mass variable?

Chris Beardsley is a biomechanics researcher. He is also the editor of Strength and Conditioning Research. He is based in Loughborough, Leicestershire. If you want to add more lean muscle mass in less time, then you need to crank up the volume. I don’t mean on the speakers on the gym stereo, but the amount of volume you lift when you train. Volume is defined by researchers as the number of sets and repetitions performed per muscle group in a single workout, and it is one of the most important training variables to consider for positive physiological adaptations Key training…
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