If you’re looking to build your muscle and workout more on that will causes you to down, here we are giving some interesting tips, lifting light weights for more reps can be just as effective as lifting heavier weights for few reps.
No Need to Lift Heavy Weights to Build Muscle
The recent study from McMaster University was followed full-body resistance training program over the course of a 12-week with 49 young men. About half the participants had used lighter weights ranging from 20 to 25 repetitions (Each person weights were set at 30 to 50% the amount he could lift one time).
And the other half those who lifted heavier weights (set at 75% to 90% of each man’s one- repetition maximum) for sets ranging from 8 to 12 reps.
The both groups worked until they feel fatigue. Finally the researchers found that gains in muscular strength and size among participants in both groups were not significantly different.
So, people should be aware growing muscle with small weights is better than lifting heavy weights. The people who follow light weights workout will get same result as the people who lifting heavy weights to build muscle with Dumbbells. From recent researchers they speaks ‘Simply put, your effort more on the weight you use’.
So please go ahead and workout whatever weight limit of dumbbells you use—as long as you keep up the reps until you cannot do any more.