From Journal of Pure Powerâ€™s (JOPP) January â€™10 issue, weâ€™d like to share with you for free some insightful research that our editor, James Krieger, MS, ACSM-HFI, conducted and had published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal. Naturally, in true JOPP fashion, our research review is in plain English, not convoluted scientese few people understand.
Since the first day of lifting weights, athletes wanted to know what the best number of sets per exercise might be. Since personal opinion and conjecture only offers an unsubstantiated and unscientific guess, whereas science offers a 95% guarantee that the findings will positively impact your training, our editor reviewed all applicable research in this area and thus provides you with the proverbial bottom line.
Since nobody knows more about this issue than James, he has graciously agreed to monitor this posting and address your questions and comments.
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