In general, a range of 1 to 3 sets of an exercise can provide benefits based on your goals, and even just one exercise per muscle group can give you results. To gain strength, it's best to stick with a few foundational exercises and concentrate your reps and sets there.
The truth: There's nothing wrong with—or magical about—doing three sets. But the number of sets you perform shouldn't be determined by a 50-year-old default recommendation. Here's a rule of thumb: The more repetitions of an exercise you do, the fewer sets you should perform, and vice versa.
Krieger points out that training a muscle 2–3 times per week seems to be fairly ideal, putting the ideal training volume at around 12–18 sets per muscle group per week, but keeping in mind that volume is directly tied to both training frequency and rest times.
Three sets are not enough to build muscle. When you push your muscles to failure, while maintaining good form, you will see muscle growth and gains. Third, you can increase the volume in your workouts if you like 3 sets of 10, but then you must perform this style and frequency of workout more than once per week.
Three sets are not enough to build muscle. The extra sets are what build strength and muscle growth. Second, another way you can increase your workout volume if you still want to perform 3 sets, you must increase the reps to 12 or 15 or even 20. It depends on your fitness level.
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