Time-Volume Training – Build Muscle Like Clockwork

Time-Volume Training - Build Muscle Like Clockwork

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This system adapts to WHATEVER you’ve got (or haven’t got!)…and all you have to do is count to 3.

Builds muscle automatically… literally like clockwork… even in experienced trainers in their 40’s, 50’s, 60’s and beyond!

Develops a base of REAL strength that will push the numbers on your max lifts higher and higher, without hurting your joints

Produces “work horse” strength for all-day power and endurance that doesn’t quit or fade out

Recruits dormant muscle fibers that your body normally can’t access (and therefore can’t grow!)

Works for EVERYBODY from total beginner to very advanced

That’s me in the picture below at age 46… I’ve been a trainer, coach and bodybuilding author for more than 30 years (I started training at 16 years old), and I’ve developed a “paint-by-numbers simple” training system that does ALL of these things I talked about above and a LOT MORE.

Right now, with everything going on in the world, you may be forced to train at home with very little (or even NO) equipment…and you’re probably VERY concerned about losing your hard-earned mass and strength.

You don’t need to worry, though, because I’m going to GIVE you the solution below.

I love training heavy, just like you, however, your body doesn’t NEED heavy weights or fancy training equipment to build muscle and strength.

Your body responds to workload and overload.

If you’re training without the benefit of heavy weights for overload right now, in order to continue to build muscle and strength, you need to switch your focus to VOLUME for overload, not intensity.

And yes, while this means doing more sets with lighter weight, if you just start randomly doing a ton of sets like that, chasing fatigue without a strategy, you WON’T get the results you want.

Training density, not training intensity, is what you need to focus on.

Training intensity is not a measure of how loud you scream or how many veins pop out on your forehead when you lift weights… it’s a measure of how close you are to your One Rep Max (the most weight you can lift in an exercise for a single rep).

Training density is a measure of how much work you do within a certain timeframe.

And while there are no “official” ways to measure it, let’s say you bench press 200 lbs twenty times in 10 minutes…that works out to a “density” of 400 pounds per minute. If, next workout, you then get 25 reps in 10 minutes, that’s a density of 500 pounds per minute.

This increase in density means an increase in total workload…and your body responds to that training stimulus by building MUSCLE.

Within just a few workouts, your body will adapt to this style of training and start building muscle FAST.

There are a number of different ways to do density training…however, rather than tell you about those, I’m going to tell you about MINE.

I call it “Time-Volume Training” and it’s the simplest way to make unstoppable progress in your training that I’ve ever found…whether you’re training at home with hardly any equipment, or at the gym with a full selection of weights and machines.

THIS is what I was talking about.

Here’s how simple my Time-Volume Training method is…

Here’s what the method looks like on 10 seconds rest…

You’re not changing weights or changing exercises (making it PERFECT for home gym or bodyweight training)… you’re not even changing reps… you’re just changing REST periods in order to allow your muscles to keep working.

This means you can ramp up your muscle-building workload without crushing your nervous system, destroying your joints or even having to THINK about anything other than lifting the weight and counting to 3.

You do more sets and reps with LESS rest up front while you’re stronger (known as “front loading” by professional strength coaches), then as you fatigue, you do fewer sets with MORE rest.

This means you can continue to perform QUALITY work for longer…you don’t end up doing junk sets with bad form that can lead to injuries.

This strategic approach increases your effective “work” time, maximizing the muscle-building workload so that you build muscle no matter if you’re training in a full gym or with light weights or limited equipment.

Two words… Progressive Resistance…

Your body builds muscle when it experiences a NEED to build muscle.

And one of the STRONGEST “igniters” of muscle growth is an increase in weight.

Unfortunately, most programs don’t explain how to do this in a way that tells you EXACTLY when and how much to increase weights. This leaves you to either increase weights too fast, which will shut your progress down… or too slow, which will make your progress painfully slow.

If you can make it 1/3 of the way through the time block on 10 seconds rest, then next time you do the workout, you increase the weight. If you don’t make it 1/3 of the way through, then you stay at the same weight.

If your time block is 15 minutes and you make it through 5 minutes of sets on 10 seconds rest, you’ve earned the right to increase the weight next time. If you make it to 2 or 3 minutes, then you stay at the same weight until you DO make it past the 5 minute mark.

Then you just repeat the process over time.

The “standard” form of Time-Volume Training above is just scratching the surface of what you can do with this method. It’s one of the most versatile and powerful training strategies you can have in your arsenal.

I’ve created 13 different variations of hypertrophy/muscle-building training for TVT such as…

6 different versions targeted primarily for building strength, such as…

3 versions that work specifically for fat loss and conditioning and 5 that are targeted specifically for bodyweight-only training.

You CAN build muscle using bodyweight exercises only. If you have no training equipment, or you just enjoy bodyweight training, I’ll show you how to use Time-Volume Training to put on mass.

This program is a combination of Time-Volume Training and a simple strength training protocol. These two methods utilize the principle of accumulation (volume) and intensification (heavy weight) to build muscle and strength very effectively. When I tested this program on myself for 4 months, I put on 8 lbs of muscle with no additional bodyfat and added almost 100 pounds to my top-end deadlift, which is insane.

Because of the high-volume, moderate-intensity nature of TVT, it’s excellent for fat loss training. It’ll not only help you burn fat, it’s ideal for helping you keep and even build muscle and strength when on a fat-loss diet.

This is a short, plateau-buster style of program. You’ll take one exercise and massively overload it with strategic, targeted volume over the course of 5 days. If you’re a fan of fast results, this quick, powerful program is going to be exactly what you’re looking for.

Time-Volume Training can be adapted to focus on strength. In this program, you’ll learn how to adjust rep ranges, styles and exercise selection to build both base and top-end strength.

Got a particular muscle group you need to bring up? TVT is the perfect way to do it with. Targeted volume is one of the single best ways to improve a bodypart and no other method allows you to focus so specifically and effectively on a single muscle group. I’ll show you exactly how to set this up for maximum results.

I mentioned just a few of these at the top of the page…there are a LOT more. And now that you know exactly how the method works, you’ll be able to see the TRUE power of Time-Volume Training.

Your body will adapt to this style of training the only way it can…by building muscle in response to the volume-based overload.

And because the system is so regimented… literally like clockwork… it takes all the guesswork out of building muscle. This works no matter if you’re a complete beginner or an advanced trainer…the principles (and results) remain exactly the same.

Training methods similar to this have demonstrated superior results in research studies [9, 10, 11, 13, 14].

Think of your strength as a pyramid. The bigger the base of the pyramid, the higher you can build the peak.

In many intensity-based training programs, you can build a high peak, but you can’t maintain it for long….your body simply can’t sustain training at that level without breaking down. This is why you get injured when you push too hard to achieve peak strength…your joints start hurting, your muscles can’t recover and your nervous system gets exhausted.

If you’ve been stuck at a strength plateau, you don’t need to target your peak strength to get through it…you need to build your BASE…and that’s exactly what Time-Volume Training does.

All of these issues are side effects of high-intensity training programs where the intensity isn’t properly controlled or accounted for. Time-Volume Training is a “low stress” training style that doesn’t destroy your body.

Top-end strength (that most strength programs build) doesn’t necessarily translate into “all day long” strength, which is actually MORE applicable to what you’ll need in everyday life, especially if you do any manual labor.

If you want to BE a work horse, you need to TRAIN like a work horse…and that means putting in plenty of time under load. The more volume you can work yourself with (and still recover from), the more strength, power and muscle mass you’re going to gain [14, 15, 16, 17].

And there is no better way to put training volume on your body than Time-Volume Training.

As well, with Time-Volume Training, you don’t experience the same form breakdown and loss of power that you do with conventional training [18, 19, 20].

As I mentioned above, muscles only know workload and overload. The only two things an advanced trainer will do differently from a beginner is use more weight or different exercises. The principles of density training are exactly the same, regardless of whether you’re just getting started or you’re a grizzled gym veteran.

Now, this is something I’ve determined based on my own training experience.

When you lift a weight, your body recruits just enough muscle fibers to get the job done. As you get deeper and deeper into a set, the initial muscle fibers get exhausted and your body recruits additional fibers to keep the weight moving…until you get to the point where the available fibers can no longer move the weight.

In normal weight training, you never achieve enough training volume to recruit every single fiber in a muscle…there are always some that don’t get involved.

Time-Volume Training is different. Because you’re drilling down and exhausting muscle fibers over a much longer period of time and with more volume, this gives your body the chance to activate those dormant muscle fibers that it wouldn’t normally have a chance to get at.

More muscle fibers getting worked means more muscle growth.

The sub-maximal nature of the workout means that the first few minutes of the training are actually relatively easy. It functions like a built-in warm up.

Instead of doing multiple energy-draining “lead up” sets to prepare for a few heavy work sets, this approach gradually warms your muscles up using your exact work weight on the exact exercise you’re doing. As you get deeper into the time block, your work weight gradually becomes more and more challenging, giving you many of the same benefits of high-intensity training, without the wasted time and numerous warm-up sets.

Every single rep you do should be done with perfect form. You will never have compromised form due to fatigue, as happens with conventional training programs [21,22, 23]. And because you’ll be doing so many reps with that perfect form, and using a weight that you have full control over, you’ll be imprinting that perfect form directly into your nervous system.

Because you’re ALWAYS training well within your capabilities (and using perfect form!), you’re NEVER pushing your body to the point of breaking down. This pretty much eliminates the potential for acute injury. As long as you keep using good form, you will NOT get injured.

You can lift more weight for longer than you think you can…you just don’t realize it yet. Mental toughness is a skill that can be learned and developed. With TVT, your mind has to always be ready for the next 3 reps that are coming in just a matter of seconds.

Most weight training sets are done in less than a minute. Time-Volume Training is basically one long rest-pause or cluster set where you NEVER get substantial rest….sometimes for as long as 30 to 40 minutes at a time! With this training, your mental toughness and determination will skyrocket, because you’re constantly practicing it.

You get the benefits of resistance training…because you’re doing resistance training (of course).

The 3 rep sets work the ATP-PC system, which is the “power-oriented” energy system. It’s active for the first 1 to 10 seconds of work. Most weight training methods work the anaerobic energy system (a.k.a. the lactate system), which primarily functions between 10 to 60 seconds of work.

However, because you’re taking such short rest periods with Time-Volume,…

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