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  • doug1
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    Very good, thanks nexa!

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  • nexa
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    Originally posted by doug1 View Post
    Cliff's notes?
    1-MAXIMUM RECOVERABLE VOLUME

    Maximum Recoverable Volume or MRV as it will be referred to from now on is the most training that an athlete can effectively recover from and this could vary widely from lifter to lifter or for the same lifter at different times. Genetics, particularly muscle fiber type, will play a big role in MRV and somewhat counter-intuitively, the faster twitch athletes who are better suited for lifting, will tend to have lower MRVs because they will be able to cause more homeostatic disruption with a smaller amount of work.

    As an athlete improves over their career and continually build special work capacity for their sport, their MRV should be continually rising.

    Other things to consider when assessing MRV is the athlete’s sport background (A CrossFitter will probably have a higher MRV then someone coming from Sprinting)

    - See more at: http://www.jtsstrength.com/articles/....kNNqDxs2.dpuf
    http://www.jtsstrength.com/articles/...lake-training/

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  • doug1
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    Cliff's notes?

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  • nexa
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    Originally posted by SAHD View Post
    Not bad - actually very good, thanks for posting.

    Awesome. Glad you liked it

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  • SAHD
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    Not bad - actually very good, thanks for posting.

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  • nexa
    started a topic Maximum Recoverable Volume

    Maximum Recoverable Volume

    Mike Israetel, PhD introduces the maximum recoverable volume concept at the central states ACSM conference:

    [YOUTUBE]baJ7PAEi6Jw[/YOUTUBE]

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=baJ7PA...ature=youtu.be
    Last edited by nexa; 10-17-2015, 07:32 PM.
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