least stimulous to produce maximun result

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    ofir mesika
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    hi joe, hope you are doing great…

    waiting to your shirt:)

    anyway…

    1. your approach is the least amount of stimulous to produce maximum result (if i still progress).

    what do you mean? if you can explain further…

     

    i can do 1 set of deadlift and progress, i not sure that that this is otpimal …

    how to know what is the minimal dose?

    it’s true for begginers also?

    2. i watched you mr jones video…

    most mr jones that i trained are getting bored very fast because the know that they come for (deadlift, squats, bench press and in the end some gimmy exercises… and i can understand.

    from one side i want to teach those main lifts, track and progress, and from the other side i want them to feel like fun, you know… i don’t know exactly what i want ask but i i would like to know what is your aproach- more fun and exercises varying or more meat and potatos exercise to track and progress?

     

    sorry for my broken english:)

    thanks!!

    #23365
    Joe
    Keymaster

    hi joe, hope you are doing great…

    waiting to your shirt:)

    anyway…

    1. your approach is the least amount of stimulous to produce maximum result (if i still progress).

    what do you mean? if you can explain further…

     

    i can do 1 set of deadlift and progress, i not sure that that this is otpimal …

    how to know what is the minimal dose?

    it’s true for begginers also?

    2. i watched you mr jones video…

    most mr jones that i trained are getting bored very fast because the know that they come for (deadlift, squats, bench press and in the end some gimmy exercises… and i can understand.

    from one side i want to teach those main lifts, track and progress, and from the other side i want them to feel like fun, you know… i don’t know exactly what i want ask but i i would like to know what is your aproach- more fun and exercises varying or more meat and potatos exercise to track and progress?

     

    sorry for my broken english:)

    thanks!!

    #23369
    ofir mesika
    Participant

    But… if i do 1 set of deadlift there is no way that if i do like 3 sets the result will be greater?

    mike israetel say that the minimum dose is 10 sets for most of muscle groups.

    what is your opinion about it?

    how do you know if it’s actually “maximum result”?

    what is your minimal dose if there is any like that..

    thanks a lot joe!!!

    #23387
    Aidan McGuinness
    Participant

    If that were true, Dorian Yates would just have been a regular dude in the 90s 🙂
    I think to Joes point, if the working set is stimulating and challenging the muscle progressively more than last training session, then progress will be made. You don’t need to suddenly switch to 10 sets of an exercise because some dude says it’s a magic number that guarantees growth. Ride the gravy train of whatever is working until it doesn’t … Then make changes.

    #23389
    ofir mesika
    Participant

    thanks aidan.

    i watched again joe’s video about improve one rep first and he explain very good, as well as in another podcast i listen to, so i get my answers.

    thanks joe!

    #23396
    Joe
    Keymaster

    But… if i do 1 set of deadlift there is no way that if i do like 3 sets the result will be greater?

    mike israetel say that the minimum dose is 10 sets for most of muscle groups.

    what is your opinion about it?

    how do you know if it’s actually “maximum result”?

    what is your minimal dose if there is any like that..

    thanks a lot joe!!!

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