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... THanx alot Willapp for your opinion, but I do wanna touch on one thing you mentioned, you said for gaining strength it's 1-6 reps heavy weight, but for more mass it's 10-16 reps heavy weight right. But I have been told by pretty much every one for mass it's 4-8 reps heavy weights, and yes I do free weight squats, deadlifts and bench presses Current weight lifted: Squats: 185... (2 replies)
... I was told to not eat bread or drink milk too. But an exeption for milk in the morning. ... (13 replies)
... Okay here is what I've learned studying up on this for the past nine mos, talking fitness and mainly muscle building forums... ... (13 replies)

... reps for mass. ... (4 replies)
New Builder
Oct 29, 2003
... around your chest area, you need to stick with "basic" chest exercises....secondary exercises are ok, but won't build the mass like the basic ones... ... (25 replies)
... muscle mass at the moment then obviously cutting is pointless, so you need to first start bulking and once you reach a suitable size you can think about cutting for the muscular look. ... (2 replies)
... After 3 months, stop for a few months so your body doesn't lessen its ability to create its own creatine. ... (1 replies)
New Builder
Oct 30, 2003
... As for dips, they are a good exercise for rounding and adding mass to your chest area! ... (25 replies)
... You're doing too many reps per set if you want pure strength gains. ... (3 replies)
Increase Mass Size
Nov 10, 2003
... reps on each exercise you do...3 sets per exercise after warming up. Once you can do a weight for 6 reps, then it's time to increase...but make sure that you can at least do a certain weight for 4 reps. ... (8 replies)
... Canadian Convict is right in that the biggest problem here is diet. He needs to eat a lot more. As for the rep stuff the higher reps with less weight for more of a tone .vs. ... (12 replies)
... Are you familiar with proper form for different exercises? ... (3 replies)
Eating
Jul 5, 2004
... reps for strength. ... (12 replies)
My new workout
Apr 17, 2006
... Will i get the definition by going high rep, and will i get the mass with the igher weight? ... (14 replies)
... exhausting yourself. Also, let's say you used this strategy for chest on Mondays....you could repeat this workout on Fridays... ... (7 replies)
... rack to hold the bench up but it has a rack to put the weights and it works perfect. But lets get to the real question here, I am planning on gaining big muscle mass at least by May, thats when my prom is. I have been already lifting for like 13 weeks now, I am 18 years old, 6'0 160 Ilbs. ... (1 replies)
... When I'm training myself or anyone else for strength gains, I set up a split working each muscle group once a week. ... (8 replies)
... t you all know how well I'm doing. First off, I am an 18 year old male, in my senior year of high school, I am 6'0" 160 ILbs. I have been weightlifting at home for 15 weeks, but just recently maybe, 2 weeks ago, I've started a plan at Bally Total Fitness Health Club!!! ... (4 replies)
... I already know that. That's bodybuilding 101. The problem is as my strength increases, I'm able to do more reps and therefore have to increase the weight or else the exercise becomes pointless. ... (6 replies)
... you can keep strength up and mass minimal. ... (6 replies)




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