Total Volume for each major muscle within a program
When the word "volume" is used in sport science research, it is referring to the number of total hard working sets per week (a hard working set is a set taken with 5 reps from failure). Yes this means that "high volume" means a lot of working sets, not a lot of reps.
In order to track and progress volume, it would be good to see the number of sets sets programmed on a per muscle group basis. At the moment, the only way to do this is to manually count sets.
Christos Patsali commented
yeap. Actually, Volume is calculated as @CoachGeorge said. So this will be super beneficial for us, to assess where the client is, if he/she recovers well from the training, and if she doesn't see results, then we will be able to adjust the total volume of the training based on the results and clients' feedback.
Coach George commented
I would have to disagree with you here as the Volume in literature is actually counted as:
No. of Sets x No. of Reps x Intensity (Load) x Distance Travelled (some have longer limbs, some have smaller limbs, some do half reps, some do full reps).
So, I think the actual Volume in Trainerize, which is Sets x Reps x Weight is a good option.