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How Many Reps Should You Do To Build Muscle?
If you've been working out for any length of time than no doubt you've heard the debates over how many reps you should do per set in order to maximize your muscle growth…

Some people say "high reps for cutting" and "low reps for bulking".

Some say "go heavy or go home" and recommend super heavy weights for low reps.

Others like to train a bit lighter and "pump it up" and strive to keep the muscles under tension for longer periods of time.
But the question that's on your mind right now is:
"Which rep range is the BEST and which one should you use in your workouts?"

Just watch the video presentation below to find out the answer to this question.

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By Chris Wright

Chris has spent many years working and teaching in the IT field. He enjoys spending time outdoors and learning about new topics. He likes playing golf, spending time at the beach and working on classic cars and woodworking projects.

32 thoughts on “How Many Reps Should You Do To Build Muscle?”
  1. Scientific research reveal that you’ll be able to optimise your muscle building process 2x-3x faster; by just modify your nutrition plan. Because time you spend on the workout room is just 3% of all your time.

  2. I am 53 years old and if my father was alive he would be 87 now. My father shared with me growing up what he had learned in the EARLY days of “lifting weights” back in the 1940’s and 50’s. Here is exactly what he told me of how him and his friends worked out back in those days: 3 sets of 10 reps per body part. Entire body. One day on, one day off. Every other day. Struggling and straining on that 10th rep, and if you are not struggling on that 10th rep, then it’s time to increase the weight. In those days, all that was sold was a basic standard 110 pound weight set with one long bar and two dumbbell handles with a hex bolt locking the collar/using a wrench to tighten. The weight benches were very basic and not meant to hold alot of weight. Keep in mind that those were the days way before Arnold, Lee Haney, Dorian Yates and many others. Very simple , but very effective. The old timers of the 2nd World War generation kept things very simple and to the point. In today’s society, bodybuilding and exercise can get very confusing and you are hearing many people say many different things. Way too complicated. Give this old school method a shot and see what happens. It worked for me growing up and I still lift the same even at my age of 53. Good luck and I hope this comment helped.

    1. Byron Thompson Me too bro, 3 x 10, sometimes 4, if I didn’t feel a good pump, I had great results with 3 x 6 also, working with heavier weight, I am 56 now, so not looking to break any records, so sets of 10 is working very well. I really feel good and in good shape. My dad is 80, and was also an old skool bodybuilder for his entire life ! So we have a few good things in common ! Sorry your dad has moved on, but they gave us the best advise there is, the internet has so much BS on the subject, and it’s just very simple to workout correctly and to eat correctly, take care my friend, stay healthy & happy !

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