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How Heavy Do I Lift?

The weight should be so heavy that you can only move it 10 times in a row. (10 "reps" in gym-speak). If you can lift it for more than ten reps, it's not lifting weights any more; it's cardio. Cardio is good for you but we're talking about lifting for now.   That said, technically, there are many  set and rep ranges.  5 sets of 5 reps 4 sets of 15 reps 3 sets of 8 reps But you can get great results with three sets of 10 reps and it's easy to...

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