What is the right weight for your workout

Tips for ParentBy Onlymyhealth Editorial Team / Jun 17, 2016
When you plan your weight training workout regimen, you tend to focus more on things like which muscles you are going to work on which days, and what exercises you are going to do in each workout routine, you even decide number of sets and reps your will perform for each exercise and so on. But you often overlook the most important thing to consider. Yes, most people don’t know how much weight they should lift for each exercise. Here are some tips that will help you pick the right amount of weight. First thing to figure out the right amount of weight you should be using is to know how to do the movement without any weight at all. Wondering how this works? Well, if you can’t do a movement correctly without weight, you surely won’t be able to do it with weight. Another way to figure out the ideal weight you should be using for a particular exercise, you will first need to understand how many reps you will be doing for that exercise. Here is how this works, the number of reps you are aiming to do will basically be a guide for your ideal weight you should be lifting. So, learn each movement without any bars, dumbbells or added weight, then start working on the . Watch this video to know the right weight for your workout.

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