HVT - Bigger Is Better

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  • Training Goal
    Gain Muscle
  • Average Workout Time
    75 minutes
  • Times Per Week
    6x / Wk - 12 Weeks
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Heavy Volume Training is my rendition of “Max Effort Training”—with a twist. 

This trainer is all about increasing muscle gains through maximal muscle fiber recruitment. I refer to this as Heavy Volume Training, or “HVT”. I have designed this trainer around a giant set of 100 reps followed by hand selected supersets. We are going for broke on these exercises, to recruit and stress as many muscle fibers as possible in hopes to repair them for new growth. I’ve used HVT as my primary form of training over the years, and it is through this style of training that I’ve been able to achieve a very lean look with a lot of muscle.


HVT is the exertion of a maximal force and energy through reps of a particular exercise until your muscles reach failure.

This workout will last 12 weeks.  It is structured to take you through the highs and lows of your training with designed lower rep de-load weeks named as Power & Strength with 7 rep targets.

When you feel you can’t push anymore, there is a reprieve, and when it feels like it just got easy, you’re wrong. 

In this trainer, you will never perform the same workout two weeks in a row. Workouts will change, making it difficult for your body to adjust to a specific resistance. Ultimately, I want to challenge your body to recruit as many muscle fibers as possible through weights, movements, multiple angles, and reps.

A nutrition calculator is built into this plan, providing the specific macronutrient goals per week, with the intended goal of building muscle mass.

If your goal is to get bigger, this program is for you. However, it is very challenging and may not be the best program for beginners — I suggest the Muscle Mash for beginners.
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