This weight training tip will have the single greatest effect on your pace of muscle gain. You have to ensure you can sequentially add more weight to the bar.
It doesn’t make a difference what number of extravagant principles you use, on the off chance that you aren’t expanding the sheer volume you are lifting over a couple of long stretches of time, you aren’t building muscle as fast as you ought to be weightlifting!
Volume = Weight x Sets x Reps.
The number one priority of any muscle gaining bodybuilding workout program should be lifting more volume over time.
AS you can see there are three units that influencer the total volume. When you get ‘stuck’ and aren’t ready to knock the weight up higher, that is the point at which you can add more sets or reps instead until you feel ready to up the weight.
To go a step further, for more experienced lifters, you can start tinkering with different failure mechanisms, for example; drop sets, supersets, and so forth, as a way to help increment the body’s total volume.
Those fancy protocols will have a preferred position not far off once you’ve accomplished a degree of musculature you’re happy with, however until that point, you should stick to working within the three variables (weight, sets, reps) and utilise them intermittently when you can’t lift heavier weights.