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heavy weights and low reps vs light weight and many reps?

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Ray Dart answered

Lighter weight and many reps always worked for me - I wasn't about to enter a weightlifting contest (and I didn't want to risk musculo-skeletal damage that would come back to kick me in later life).

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Tom Jackson answered

The old approach used to be to first build the muscles that you wish to refine.

I would assume that is still a good approach.

Nevertheless, here's two sites you may wish to visit:

http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/high-reps-low-reps-which-rep-scheme-is-best.html

www.shape.com/celebrities/star-trainers/ask-celebrity-traine

thanked the writer.
Ray Dart
Ray Dart commented
My trainer at the Rugby club always reckoned 2 weeks to get the muscles you already have, working properly. 2 months to get the muscles you ought to have and 2 years to get the muscles you want.
I was never sure what muscles I wanted.
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Tom Jackson commented
@Ray Dart

I have some knowledge of human anatomy. In retrospect, I may have been confused about what muscles I had since I was never able to develop the ones I wanted.

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