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Old 04-21-2024, 12:16 PM   #1  
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Post Should I focus more on high repetitions or heavy weights for weight loss through stre

Every beginner when hoping into the world of weight loss, get into the well of the most important and debated question?
Which is 'High reps with low weight OR Low reps with heavy weight"?
So, there is two approach for this answer:
First, if you're a proper beginner, you should opt for the high reps with lower weight, because your body needs to be get familiar with the weights. Also, the most important is that many beginners do not focus on the min-muscle connection and the proper form.
If you're performing high reps you will get adapted with weight how the resistance work and MOST importantly you will find what and which exercise fits perfectly for your body.
Secondly, if you're a intermediate, you should start gradually increasing the weight you lift or we can say start performing low reps with heavy weight, as it will help you to increase your strength and metabolism.
But, main thing to consider, while gradually increasing the weight do not fall under the trap of ego lifting, so consistently increase the weight slowly and make a big hit.
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