Exercise & FitnessHow to Perform Reps for Most Muscle Growth Al Wallace3 years ago391 mins Should you be lifting heavy weights as fast as possible or light weights with a slow controlled… source Post navigation Previous: Standing Core and Glute Exercises For Seniors | More Life HealthNext: 3 Core Exercises For Spine Stability (Safe To Do) 39 thoughts on “How to Perform Reps for Most Muscle Growth” NOTIFICATION SQUAD GIVEAWAY – Want to win an ATHLEAN-X program for free, no strings attached? Click the link below to find out how! https://giveaway.athleanx.com/how-to-win.html Reply everything wlth him is about good form with the correct weight Reply 3700 people skipped the gym Reply Finally, a video that is not just about ''size, size, size". It's because that what people ask for, but please post more about power ,.Or include what tweaks, for functionality/ efficiency and power only, to make in your "get bigger X" videos. Reply The geekiness rings so true – shows you don't need to be a meathead jock asshole to life weights Reply Lighter is better but not too light just enough to 10 reps with good form Reply why is it when i re-watch a video i learn something new allover or i finally get it Reply Jeff hates shirts. Reply Skip to 1:24 Reply amazing video, really helped Reply If Jeff says it’s bullshit, it’s bullshit. 7:45–7:55 Reply Not funny Reply But how do I apply this to all my workouts? Reply i already learned alot watcing 3 of your videos than at gym in 8 years.. Amazing and thank you:) Reply Just as good, if not better, the second time around. Reply Jeff can't draw a straight line. Muscle imbalance in the indextus fingerus. Needs to train his fingers more to correct that. Reply to put all this info out there for free is actually public service Reply Always is about the journey not of the destination Reply Kid is so dorkey….lol love it Reply Now I honestly don't which one to go for xD Reply This is what makes calisthenics so good. You can manipulate leverage to make movements very inefficient and you build a weird kind of strength. Reply 😆😆😆 Reply The more Jeff teaches me, the less I understand ! Reply SQUEEZE Reply Jeff can you make a video how fap is killing your gainz? Reply Jesus christ I couldn't make it two minutes into this video with those cringey ass robot sounds. So many other great vids…why'd ya have to add that…smh Also the graph at 9:00 would better be drawn with two separate upward sloping (linear, left-to-right) lines: the first (poor form, red color) starting low on the intensity scale (towards bottom of graph); the second (controlled form, green color) starting high on the intensity scale (same slope but towards top of graph, above the first drawn slope). It would be more applicable/comprehensible to explain to other people that way because no matter how sh***y the form, the intensity will increase regardless as repetitions increase (although starting at MUCH lower intensity obviously, as described by Jeff). Reply 1:27. Sorry, fellas. That was cringy af. Lol Reply 💜 Jessie Reply Thanks Jeff! Reply Love ATHLEAN-X! Well done on the vids! 👍👏 Reply The Ryobi drill noise is hilarious asf Reply I thought he'd give a simple breakdown at end.. so how much weight and reps to build!? Like 8 reps of heavy as I can or 12?! Reply More Jeff plis Reply GREAT STUFF JEFF!!!! Reply thank's very helpful Reply Squeezehzhzhzhzzhzh Reply I think Jesse makes the videos much more enjoyable Reply Loved the breakdown on the graph. He must be a legitimate kinesiologist with the way he explained everything. I wish I had him as a teacher for conditioning in high school 😂 Reply where do you get your GH BRUH. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.