This study investigated the effects of a relatively high-versus moderate-volume resistance training program on changes in lean mass during caloric restriction. This is the first study examining the impact of an energy deficit on Tensiomyography outcomes in a resistance-trained population. High-volume resistance training appears to have neither an advantage nor disadvantage over moderate-volume resistance training in terms of maintaining lean mass or muscle thickness. Given that both groups increased volume load and maintained muscle contractility, sleep quality, and mood, either moderate or higher training volumes conceivably can be employed by resistance-trained individuals to preserve muscle during periods of moderate caloric restriction.

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