The Volume Roundtable feat. Mike Israetel, Layne Norton, Eric Helms & Greg Nuckols

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TIMESTAMPS:
0:00 - Disclaimer/Notices
1:20 - Intro
9:20 - Mike Israetel Opening Statement
16:11 - What does "recoverable" mean?
19:56 - Eric Helms Opening Statement
26:09 - Mike's response to Eric: Does MRV imply a steep drop off in gains after a certain point?
33:38 - Addressing research showing moderate to be better than higher volumes
34:45 - Layne Norton's Opening Statement
45:25 - Is the "volume trap" a concern? Should you jump straight to MRV or build your way up?
54:04 - Greg Nuckols' Opening Statement - VIDEO REQUIRED
1:01:31 - Difference between max recoverable volume (MRV) and max adaptive volume (MAV)
1:07:43 - Should we be more conservative when making practical volume recommendations? And how to tell if you're "recovered"? (Eric)

- VIEWER QUESTIONS -
1:10:02 - Is taking shorter rest periods a viable way to pack in more per-session volume? (Layne and Eric)
1:15:28 - Is there a practical way to measure MRV? (Mike)
1:20:32 - Addressing Lyle McDonald's criticisms (Mike and Greg)
1:24:00 - How to track training volume (Greg and Eric)
1:29:48 - How many sets should we do to get close to MRV? (Mike)
1:35:11 - Does MRV differ for different body parts? (Mike and Greg)
1:37:52 - Rest periods and metabolic stress discussion (Eric, Greg and Mike)
1:49:50 - Are some exercises (ex. squats) better than others (ex. leg press)? (Mike and Eric)
1:53:28 - How does being in a caloric deficit change volume requirements? (Eric)
1:56:10 - Conclusion


All annotations to the roundtable:

Episode 18 - Bro Splits, Training Frequency & the Anabolic Window feat. Menno Henselmans feat. Menno Henselmans:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xB6EHn4H5LY

Episode 21 - The Reverse Diet Debate
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swrul81qco8

You can find more from the contributors here:

ERIC HELMS
www.muscleandstrengthpyramids.com
www.3dmusclejourney.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ericrhelms

LAYNE NORTON
www.biolayne.com
IG: @biolayne
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LayneNorton

MIKE ISRAETEL
www.renaissanceperiodization.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/michael.israetel

GREG NUCKOLS
www.strengtheory.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gregory.nuckols

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