Its a simple question how many sets should you do? The answer on the other hand is not so simple. Today I go over this with Eugene and we break it down for you. You will want to watch the whole video because at the end we tell you how to use this with your workouts. ————————————————————————————————————– Member website: Supplements: Discount code – MDYOUTUBE10 IG: Facebook: ————————————————————————————————————– Make sure you like the video share the video and subscribe to the channel. And if you would like me to answer any of you question please ask them in the comment section. John Meadows is an American professional bodybuilder and entrepreneur with an intriguing story. While John now boasts a successful career as an IFBB Pro bodybuilder and fitness company owner, his journey towards the top was extremely difficult. Growing up, John never met his father, and his mother died at an extremely young age. This meant John only had his grandmother to take care of him. When his grandmother tragically passed away in 1999, John was left alone without his family to support him. As the years went by, John continued to face new adversities in his life. During his early days in bodybuilding, John suffered from a rare colon disease. After fighting the disease for several months, his colon burst – almost resulting in his death. Luckily, John was quickly rushed to an emergency room where his life was saved. After several months of recovery, John was finally back on his feet.
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By Chris Wright

Chris has spent many years working and teaching in the IT field. He enjoys spending time outdoors and learning about new topics. He likes playing golf, spending time at the beach and working on classic cars and woodworking projects.

40 thoughts on “How Many Sets Should You Do To Build Muscle?”
  1. John needs his own podcast man!
    I’ve heard Mr Meadows on other podcasts and they’re some of the most interesting I’ve listened to.
    Dude has so much knowledge and wisdom to offer the world, and is a great communicator too.

    1. Both, change it up every 6 weeks. Sometimes I do 3 straight, next 6 weeks it’s pyramid, then just a 1 set really heavy, 5 straight sets a little lighter, see what works and keep the body confused.

  2. Loved the video John. Question though what if you do full body on the days you workout? Surely this number has to be adjusted downward? I do mostly 3 hard sets per body part sometimes 4 and close to failure. I am plenty gassed by the time I leave. Cant imagine doubling that number???

  3. This is what I have been waiting for!

    Can you answer my question(?):

    How do you count SETS per muscle group? For example: 3 sets of back squats, how much of that is glutes ? Or lunges ? Is it quads or glutes ? Thank you!

  4. Great discussion. Definitely difficult to achieve muscular failure in a single muscle during a compound movement.

    Prob my anatomy but my glutes have always responded the most to squats(high bar), much more than my quads, with little hamstring growth in my experience.

  5. I don’t like the argument for very high volume, that the human body is an incredible tool capable of adapting to great workloads.
    It’s kinda true, but the argument for what we can adapt to and the argument for what is best are two different things, and sometimes that’s not recognized.

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