Reps? Sets? Progressive Overload?

Reps? Sets? Progressive Overload?

What is the best set and rep range? To understand this concept, we first need to dive into progressive overload. Progressive Overload Our bodies will not build muscle if they are not forced to do so. If you want to build muscle, you need to lift more weight. However, is impossible to gain muscle overnight, no matter what anyone tells you! You need to progressively add more weight in order for growth to be stimulated. This concept is true for any fitness goal. If you want to run a marathon, you need to progressively overload by adding more miles to your training over time. Eventually, you can get to 26.2 miles. If you want to increase your deadlift numbers, you need to do so by progressively placing more and more weight on the bar. The stimulus must be changing to continue placing stress on the body, which is why sets and reps matter. this is also why progressive overload is critical. Sets x Reps These are the common set and rep...
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