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Explain this more please.It's fine to do that, but basically wasted time to be lifting light weights unless HIIT or CrossFit.
For muscle building purposes, heavy weights in the range of 6-12 reps is ideal.
Volume should only ever be an amplifier of the work you're already doing - never the goal.
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If your goal is to build muscle, you should be looking for mechanical tension (read: load). Anecdotal and scientific evidence suggest working in the 6-12 rep range is ideal for hypertrophy purposes as it allows for high tension, but also has enough overall time under tension to cause metabolite buildup. Consider 6-12 to be your ideal rep range... take a weight you can only lift 6 times, and do that. Next session - lift it for at least 7. Then 8, and so on. When you reach 12 reps, increase weight be 5-10lbs (less is usually better here) and see where you land on reps; my bet is you hit 8-9 reps before failure. This is your progression model.Explain this more please.