Minimum Effective Training Dose

Understanding the smallest effective training dose that can promote strength gains in powerlifters can have useful, practical implications for periods where high-volume training sessions are not possible. So, what is the least we can do and still get meaningful strength gains? - Dr. Patroklos Androulakis-Korakakis provides us with some insight!

About the expert:

Patroklos Androulakis-Korakakis did his Ph.D. in Sports Science at Solent University on the topic of “the minimum effective training dose for strength in powerlifters.” He is a researcher at Southampton Solent University interested in muscle strength, hypertrophy, and strength sports performance. Pak has worked for over five years with physique athletes, powerlifters, and recreationally active individuals looking to get stronger and improve their body composition.

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