Bodybuilding – Low Weights Kill Muscle Gains?! – BeastOfMiddleEast

Bodybuilding – Low Weights Kill Muscle Gains?! – BeastOfMiddleEast


You gotta lift big to get big man. Naw man,
lifting lighter weights is much better for them muscles. Alright, so some people tell
you to lift heavy and some tell you to lift light. This topic is discussed everywhere,
in your gym, at home, in school. I decided to finally tell you guys the most efficient
style of working out. What’s the best style for bodybuilding? Why don’t you stay tuned
and find out more about which style to be using man. Lift heavy weights is not superior
to lifting light weights, nor vice versa. Whether you’re doing a 25lb dumbbell curl
for 12 reps or a 50lb dumbbell curl for 6 reps. You’re still going to get the same results
assuming same intensity was reached. Gaining muscles happen by stimulating your muscles
as much and as intense as possible. And by providing the muscles with fuel to grow and
get stronger. The August 2010 study from McMaster University proved that when subjects lifted
lighter weights, they got the same results as those who lifted heavier weights. You bulking
brah? Make sure to lift heavy. No, absolutely not. You’re not gonna get big because you’re
lifting heavy. You’re getting big because you’re challenging your muscles, you’re providing
them with fuel, calories, energy, whatever you wanna call it. And as a result, you’re
getting bigger. If you choose to lift light, your’e still gonna challenge your muscles
except now you gotta do more reputations to fatigue the muscle. Yes, it’s true that heavier
weights fatigue your muscles faster than lighter weights. But just because that’s true, doesn’t
mean heavier is better. You know, a lot of people out there choose to do extremely heavy
weights and end up performing the exercise with a horrible form. And as a result, the
muscle isn’t stimulated as much as it would’ve been by lifting lighter weights. With light
weights, you could stimulate your muscles more simply because you’re putting more stress
and concentration on that muscle group. If you let your ego get in the way, you’re either
going to hurt yourself or you’re just not gonna perform the exercise the way it’s meant
to be performed. But if you could do heavy weight and keep your form clean, then light
weights will not be superior in that case. To conclude and to make things simple, intensity
is the key for bodybuilding not lifting heavy nor lifting light. That’s about it man, make
sure to like, subscribe, and comment below. Let me know what you guys think of heavy weights
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