I’ve posted a few times recently about the primacy of intensity, and how it is the master of all in exercise science program design.
Pushed on with my own methodology for the past six months of lower body training, and lately by the words of Tom Platz (or CT Fletcher if you prefer), there is only one set... and it’s your set.
This variant exercise of split stance is so profound in how it allows even people with bad anthropometry to overload the glute complex. Paired with the idea of "going all out" in a single set, the results are staggering. I now have clients getting to the 300lb mark, surpassing their squat in some cases. This is the third time I’ve been reliably in excess of 400lbs (video here: https://www.instagram.com/p/BxaR9bKHvcq/). There’s a sort of superpower in knowing “this is it.” One set.
Do keep in mind, however, that with a unilateral exercise like this, it would be best to lead with different sides from week to week. After all, how you set up is all that much more important... when there's only one set.