Pack on Size and Strength with a Day of German Volume Training

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The German Volume Training Protocol (made popular by Charles Poliquin) is a time tested method for packing on size and has laid the foundation for massive strength gains for our clients over the past 4 years. This protocol calls for 10 sets of 10 reps of two movements performed as an antagonist superset. For our upper body example below we’ve chosen to pair Bench Press with Chest Supported Row. percentage of your 1 Rep max during a training session. Your goal during this session is to stay on the clock and maintain the tempo the entire time. If you start to fatigue and can’t complete all 10 reps, just rack the weight and begin your rest between movements. No forced reps are allowed and do not sacrifice the tempo to push out more reps.

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