Rep Range

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  • #256648
    Kate Kennedy
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    Hey guys!
    I’m in the middle of the Push/ Pull/ Lower.
    Why does the rep range now say 2 sets of 8-20 or 6-12 (I forget the actual rep range, but the rep range is quite large) why is there so much room for reps when the last sessions I did were 3 sets of 6-8 reps?.

    Thank you!

    #256829
    Jason Thomas
    Participant

    The rep range at the top of the screen is a general indication, but usually when you look specifically at set 1 and 2, it’ll usually be something like set 1: 5-8 reps, set 2: 8-15 reps. So the 1st set you’d look to go heavier and the 2nd set is more of a back off set with lower weight, but a higher rep range.

    #256877
    Xavier Szyszko
    Participant

    The rep range at the top of the screen is a general indication, but usually when you look specifically at set 1 and 2, it’ll usually be something like set 1: 5-8 reps, set 2: 8-15 reps. So the 1st set you’d look to go heavier and the 2nd set is more of a back off set with lower weight, but a higher rep range.

    Exactly. You need to check within each exercise specifically

    #256890
    CP
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    It should say the range when you remove the set count you did for the last workout (screenshot). I think Joe said they were thinking about moving to an easier place to see.

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    Joe
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    Joe
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