If your goal is pure strength or sparing strength and muscle during calorie deficit, then you need less volume. But at first you need brief overview of what volume, intensity and frequency are.
As well as if you increase frequency, then intensity and volume should go down. For example, instead of squatting moderately times a week do a heavy max effort session once every 10 days and see what this will do for you. The more you increase one of them — the less should be two other.
You can lower the intensity, increase the volume and frequency and see what this will do for you. Frequency can be high and low. Most of bodybuilding routines nowadays are plain old high-volume training.
Frequency is great for neural adaptation. Seems that people nowadays have no idea how to find right and, importantly, proper balance between volume, intensity and frequency.
So if these three strength training variables are so important, then how can you mix them right? For example, instead of bench pressing once a week do hundreds of push-ups every day. It seems former actually refreshes you, while latter makes you weaker.
Let the professional do all the dirty work for you. As you can see from picture above, training volume, intensity and frequency are mutually exclusive variables. In such case you need to decrease one of the variables or all of them and see how you doing.
This means that if you increase the volume, then your intensity and frequency should go down for you to be able to progress. You got the idea. Training Volume In couple of words, training volume is amount of work done. To progress you need to recover between training sessions.
Training Intensity Training intensity, in layman terms, is how hard you train. For example, training volume can be estimated in total reps per exercise, in total amount of sets per training session, in total amount of weight lifted in exercise per training session, in total amount of sets or reps per day or per week, or per year etc.Measuring the Intensity Level of Just-in-Time Activities and Its Impact on Quality Author(s): Mohamed qualitative data, we were able to assess many of the characteristics of the three groups.
For example, the first group (High Intensity Index) was found to have a Japan’s Just-In-Time Inventory System, ” Management Review. The Comparison of the Effects of Two Types of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) on Body Mass and Physiological Indexes in Inactive Female Students Sahar Avazpor, Jamal Fazel Kalkhoran and Hojat Allah Amini Department of Physical Education and Sports Science, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran.
EVALUATION OF EFFECTIVENESS OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT: The Kirkpatrick Model AlYahya, Mohammed Saad Training activities such as seminars and workshops are LITERATURE REVIEW Human Resources Management (HRM) literatures have described training and development. Full-Text Paper (PDF): 高强度间歇训练对不同训练人群的应用效果(Effect of High-Intensity Interval Training on Different Training Populations: a Review).
interspersed with frequent bouts of high-intensity actions . Time-motion analyses have Time-motion analyses have been widely used to evaluate the intensity of.
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