Training Volume – The Crucial Factor for Progress

Are you getting the adequate progress from your training program? If not, volume may be the problem. Volume is a highly neglected component of most training regimes. But what is volume exactly? Putting it in simple English, this factor refers to the total amount of weight lifted in one workout, defined as (weight) x (repetitions) x (sets) for each weight used in the given training session added together. For example, a bench press session might look something like: 125 x 5 = 625 150 x 5 =750 225 x 3 = 675 255 x 2 = 510 Adding all of these numbers together we get 625 + 750 + 675 + 510 = 2560 pounds of volume. Research also concludes that volume is one of the crucial concerns in training for b

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