thank you both for your fast and productive input.
I understand your argument regarding the volume, but the BV and the reps are a tick higher because of my mentioned goal. if somebodys goal would be strength endurance his or her basis volume reps/volume/density would be also higher. It depends with what you compare the subject if its "high" or "low". Sure in comparison with 2x4 my volume is higher. But in comparison to a 3x20 my Volume is much lower.
i like the hint with the progression you have given me, but i still don´t see full through-i think the regulation or hetter said tolerance of sets,reps and weight will also be autoregulatory. which is quite obvious if u cant add reps or example)
But for the purpose of progressing right,not to analyse each scenenario-but to understand and applicate the different kinds of progression in a sensefull way:
lets say i drop my row volume from this week from 8 sets with 50kg down to 3x6 with 55kg. So you suggest that it would be a good possibility to increase the reps first, not the sets.
ok lets say i get to 3x12 with 55kg. But increasing the reps won´t work anymore. so i add one set like u mentioned and perhpaps get:3x12 with 55kg and 1x8 with 55kg.
So should i try to increase the reps on all 4 sets now? or only increase the reps on the added set?
Lets say i still stall and get 3x12 55kg and 1x8 with 55kg. Should i add now again one set?
-I stop here-
Let get me this straight,don´t understand it the way,that i want to evaluate all possible options out there-but i want to understand when it would be wise to add sets,reps,weight or when to back off.
Sure "it depends" but as Ashiem has written its wiser to begin progressing with reps and then add sets later if you havent given me that info, i would still increase the sets and that seems not optimal-otherwise u haven´t mentionend it:
Exactly such hints (what i call guidelines) regarding the different progression forms would help me out.
The "when" and "whys"
thank you guys