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    questions to weight trainers

    I have few questions to those who have experience in weight training.
    1) Will there be any significant difference in end result if I use lighter dumbbell with higher number of repetitions as oppose to heavier one with lower number of repetitions? Like, for instance, 30 repetitions with 10lbs dumbbell vs 10 repetitions with 20lbs dumbbell.
    2)Does resistance band give your body similar result of barbell, especially like the result you get from dead lift? I know it can simulate deadlift movements but just not the exact. I'm not sure if resistance have same effect as free weights.

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    Re: questions to weight trainers

    Quote Originally Posted by sexsomniac View Post
    I have few questions to those who have experience in weight training.
    1) Will there be any significant difference in end result if I use lighter dumbbell with higher number of repetitions as oppose to heavier one with lower number of repetitions? Like, for instance, 30 repetitions with 10lbs dumbbell vs 10 repetitions with 20lbs dumbbell.
    2)Does resistance band give your body similar result of barbell, especially like the result you get from dead lift? I know it can simulate deadlift movements but just not the exact. I'm not sure if resistance have same effect as free weights.

    1. Everyone is different, what works for you might not work for me. You've got the 5x5rep programs, and the 3x12rep and everything in between. I've yet to see anything over 12 reps.

    2.Resistance band? Sure you can use it. Free weights are favored by pro b******|ders , and I guess there's a reason for that.

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    Re: questions to weight trainers

    Code is correct- the only way to know how your body will respond is to try different routines.

    Some guys really respond to high rep with lower weights. Some guys really respond to low rep, higher weight sets. Some guys like to start with low weight/high rep on their first set and then increase the weight while decreasing the number of reps with each set.

    Picking up anything heavy a few times is going to give you a workout. But honestly- if you want the best result, focus on correct form. When you look around the gym, you'll see lots of guys with crappy bodies throwing around a lot of weight- trashing their joints and not doing much of anything for their muscles. So, do the exercises correctly and try different routines until you see the best results for you.

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    Re: questions to weight trainers

    thanks for the input guys.

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    Re: questions to weight trainers

    Bands are ok when you don't have any weights around. Problem with bands is that the resistance isn't constant throughout the movement, but instead goes from low to high.

    Adding to what KB wrote, pay attention to isolating the movement to the muscles you're training. If you can't do a movement without swinging your body then reduce the weight until you can do it cleanly.

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