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  • Best way to quantify volume

    What is the best way to quantify the homeostatic disruption on volume day, reps*sets*weight or reps*sets or reps*sets*RPE?

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    Volume is defined as working sets times reps.

    It is not possible to "quantify the homeostatic disruption" in any meaningful / useful way. The (neuro)biology of stress is far more complicated than this.
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      Originally posted by Austin Baraki View Post
      Volume is defined as working sets times reps.

      It is not possible to "quantify the homeostatic disruption" in any meaningful / useful way. The (neuro)biology of stress is far more complicated than this.
      I understand but say, one's required to choose a metric (however un-deterministic), temporarily to get a ball park estimate, what would it be?

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      • #4
        You could use tonnage, sets x reps x weight.
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