Effects of different volume-equated resistance training loading strategies on muscular adaptations in well-trained men.

@article{Schoenfeld2014EffectsOD,
  title={Effects of different volume-equated resistance training loading strategies on muscular adaptations in well-trained men.},
  author={Brad Jon Schoenfeld and Nicholas A Ratamess and Mark D. Peterson and Bret Contreras and Gul Tiryaki Sonmez and Brent A. Alvar},
  journal={Journal of strength and conditioning research},
  year={2014},
  volume={28 10},
  pages={
          2909-18
        }
}
Regimented resistance training has been shown to promote marked increases in skeletal muscle mass. Although muscle hypertrophy can be attained through a wide range of resistance training programs, the principle of specificity, which states that adaptations are specific to the nature of the applied stimulus, dictates that some programs will promote greater hypertrophy than others. Research is lacking, however, as to the best combination of variables required to maximize hypertophic gains. The… CONTINUE READING

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