💪 Optimize Your Workouts: Choosing the Right Rep Range

💪 Optimize Your Workouts: Choosing the Right Rep Range

When it comes to getting cut and achieving a lean, toned physique, understanding the best rep ranges and how to choose the right weight is crucial. Let’s break it down.

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Rep Ranges and Weights: The Key to Getting Cut

First off, let’s talk about rep schemes. If you see a rep scheme of three sets of 12 reps, your weight should challenge you enough to reach that 10 to 12 rep range. If you can do 15 reps comfortably, you need to increase the weight. You want to be right in that sweet spot where the last couple of reps are tough but doable with good form.

For instance, if you pick up a 70 lb dumbbell and you’re struggling to get past five reps, that weight is too heavy. The goal for cutting is to drive lean muscle, and the amount of weight you use should always be dictated by the rep range.

The Ideal Rep Range for Cutting

The absolute best rep range for natural cutting and getting ripped is between 7 and 12 reps. This range strikes a balance between muscle growth and endurance, helping you achieve a naturally easy-to-maintain physique. This isn’t about bodybuilding; it’s about building a lifestyle physique that’s sustainable and looks great.

So, if a naturally lean and ripped physique is what you’re after, focus on staying within that 7 to 12 rep range, and adjust your weights accordingly. Stay connected for more tips and strategies on achieving your fitness goals!

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