Have you ever before felt that despite doing all the appropriate things at the gym (hello Clubfitt friends!!) , after a little success initially, that the muscle muscle growth seems to be slowing down? If yes, then you are probably getting some IMPORTANT points wrong.
To identify the ‘blind-spots’ of gyming and nutrition, read this guide all the way to the end to ensure that you not only remedy your existing mistakes, however also prevent the same mistakes in the future.
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1. Stop doing the same number of REPS again and again.
If you ask different gym gurus about what the ideal rep-range is to gain muscles, most would say that 5-8 repetitions are the best to build muscle in Singapore. Guess what? Sticking to the same rep really not the best way to make furhter gains, especially after you have been working out for more than a year.
And due to your plateau in gym performance, it is best to change to 3 different rep-ranges: low, medium, and high. Start with low rep-range, spend 3-4 weeks working on each level.
Low rep-range (3-4 reps): For HARDCORE heavy weights that make your whole body shiver… in excitement. A must do nevertheless!
Medium rep-range (6-8 reps): Functions as a bridge while transitioning from the low rep-range to the high rep-range.
High rep-range (12-15 reps): Vascularity and endurance for conditioning em muscles!