RE: Training Volume Survey ?
I'm gona post on the poll, but to be honest the volume don't mean much without knowing the load and reps used, but I see were you coming from. Sets x reps x mean/median%1RM would be a more usefull tool too assess weekly volume.
Further as a powerlifter it's a bit tough to organise by body parts, and volume varies from lift to lift and at different parts of a cycle.
Rough average 6-10 working sets per week per comp lift. This is exluding assistance lifts. Adding them takes it up to about 10-15 training sets per comp lift per week, spread over 3 sessions. Add in extra sessions and you getting close to 20 training sets on varying lifts of varying intenisty (50-90% 1RM) per comp lift per week. Again the fact that shoulder pressing is an assistance lift to my bench rather than 'shoulder's complicates things.
I voted for 10-15 but really 3-15 would be a better range. Hell, biceps would be 0.5 per week probably!
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