How many sets should you do per workout and per week to build muscle? Let's take a look at what the research says and how it applies to real world training experiences.

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    14 replies to "How Many Sets Should You Do To Build Muscle"

    • Lose Fat Get Jacked

      How many sets do you do per muscle group per week on average? For more tips download your FREE guide Lose Fat Get Jacked πŸ‘‰

    • Grey Wolf Fitness

      I think THE ROCK said it best in one of his wrestling promos your not training hard enough unless there’s tears streaming down your face and piss running down your legs your not training hard enough πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ MINT

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

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      • uNo

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      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        🀣 You’re getting close to training hard when you reach that point. They really need to create a product line of diapers for those who train with all out effort πŸ˜‚

      • uNo

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    • PopHoudejr

      What is working for me at my age is, 2 sets 2X/ week, to and past failure with very strict form. YMMV πŸ™‚

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        Thanks a million for sharing what works for you. Definitely going to be different for all of us depending on what stage of the game we’re at. Which is why awareness is always the greatest asset and not just doing something, because the research says it’s best πŸ’ͺ

    • Kevin Clements

      There has recently been some studies that indicate “training to failure” is not the best scheme for hypertrophy, but not sure I agree…I think you need that mindset of train to failure.

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        Thanks for sharing your thoughts and insights my brother πŸ‘Š As I mentioned in the video, I take research with a grain of salt. It’s nearly impossible to control all variables, the training methodology is typically nothing like how any of us would workout, and the subjects are often nothing like us. And when you consider that when instructed to train to failure most subjects don’t come anywhere close to failure, instructing them not to train to failure only means they’ll be even further away. If anything I feel it only gives people an excuse to put forth lacklustre effort in the gym. Just my two cents though. What’s most important is listening to our body and how it recovers. Structuring our training in a way that suits us best.

    • chris rocco

      there is no science no absolutes…. You look great Scott doin what you are doin…Its all trial and error…whatever works for you
      is THE RIGHT WAY…and in 6 months a year it will change!!! you should check out Jay Vincent …excellent minimalist channel

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        I think you nailed the essence of how to get the most out of this lifestyle… have an open mind and willingness to experiment. It’s fantastic if what you feel works best for you now, isn’t what worked best for you a year ago. Or maybe it all works the same and what’s best is the variety in approaches. It’s all good 😁

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    • Sweep The Leg

      Smart 2 sets per reminds me of Mike Mentzer training. Love cable work! Either it be single arm standing decline or my poor man tricep dips “long chain and mag bar” even neck day lol with a waist belt marriage will do this to you jp. Been painting my entire 20 year old lat machine this week and I had to resort to just free weights.. Huge difference in the amount of blood that gets into the muscle compared to not mixing in Cable. I resorted to doing super slow reps and still I can’t get that same pump and muscle peak cable helps me get. Thank you for your videos keep them coming! 3 on 2 off, 6-12-22 for each group for the week. Although I break maybe a minute or so in between trying to keep an aerobic trying to maingain size.

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