When I was younger, I decided to start lifting weights. I made good progress in my two years of casual lifting (reaching a bench press of 300 pounds), but looking back, I realize I could have made much better progress had I actually known what I was doing.I did all of my workouts at home, so I never really had a trainer to help me know what to do. If there was one thing I would say contributed to my lack of real progress, it was the fact that I never knew how many reps to do. Studying for the National Federation of Professional Trainers' certification exam, I discovered that it's really quite simple: To build muscle, strength, and size, do 4 to 6 reps To improve general fitness and stamina without packing on too much muscle, do 12 to 15 reps To build endurance, tone muscles, and to burn fat, do 20 to 25 reps Why does it matter how many reps you do?
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