Super nerdy question

HypertrophyCoach Joe Bennett Forums Training Super nerdy question

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    Vishal Oza
    Participant

    Hey Joe,

    I was watching your video on ‘Should you train to failure?’ and a thought/question popped up in my brain. I have heard you prob 1000 times before saying you need a least amount of stimulus for producing maximum result. But, I just can’t figure it out how to determine that least amount?

    When I do super low volume, I usually feel like I didn’t performed at my best and getting a feeling of less satisfied, if not unsatisfied. But, at the same time, I really don’t wanna empty my tank completely as I have many other important things to do in life.

    All in all, I’m damn curious to know how you measure the least effective stimulus for yourself and clients.

    Thanks a lot, I know I’ll get the best answer for this questions as you’re the best nerdy coach in the industry.

    #21106
    Joe
    Keymaster

    Hey Joe,

    I was watching your video on ‘Should you train to failure?’ and a thought/question popped up in my brain. I have heard you prob 1000 s before saying you need a least amount of stimulus for producing maximum result. But, I just can’t figure it out how to determine that least amount?

    When I do super low volume, I usually feel like I didn’t performed at my best and getting a feeling of less satisfied, if not unsatisfied. But, at the same , I really don’t wanna empty my tank completely as I have many other important things to do in life.

    All in all, I’m damn curious to know how you measure the least effective stimulus for yourself and clients.

    Thanks a lot, I know I’ll get the best answer for this questions as you’re the best nerdy coach in the industry.

    #21113
    Vishal Oza
    Participant

    Thanks Joe! That’s a great response. I mean it you’re the best nerdy coach in the industry, and I can say this from my experience.

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