Rep Ranges

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  • #22502
    Mike Cruz
    Participant

    Hi Joe..

    just wondering if you could provide a brief explanation regarding your rep ranges..more so towards smaller parts like biceps…I know your compound heavier movements are usually 5-8 top 8-12 backed off but why same range with something like a preacher curl…it’s rare that you see most body builders do arm work in that low range. just curious…I just want to keep consistent with goals because I get in my head and think maybe my top set ranges are too low for some parts…thank you!

    #22514
    Joe
    Keymaster

    Hi Joe..

    just wondering if you could provide a brief explanation regarding your rep ranges..more so towards smaller parts like biceps…I know your compound heavier movements are usually 5-8 top 8-12 backed off but why same range with something like a preacher curl…it’s rare that you see most body builders do arm work in that low range. just curious…I just want to keep consistent with goals because I get in my head and think maybe my top set ranges are too low for some parts…thank you!

    #22522
    Mike Cruz
    Participant

    Would you say those working set ranges work well for most body parts regardless of exercise?

    #22531
    Joe
    Keymaster

    Would you say those working set ranges work well for most body parts regardless of exercise?

    Yes. With slight variation. I think quads, glutes and delts respond best including higher rep ranges as well.

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