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MAXIMISE your muscle

MAXIMISE your muscle.

To maximise muscle growth from each repetition in weightlifting, it's crucial to focus on proper form and technique. Ensuring that you are performing each repetition with the correct form not only reduces the risk of injury but also targets the muscles more effectively. Slow down the eccentric (lowering) portion of the lift to create more time under tension, which can lead to greater muscle hypertrophy.

Additionally, increasing the intensity of your workouts by progressively overloading your muscles is key. This can be achieved by increasing the weight lifted, the number of repetitions, or the sets performed over time. It's also important to challenge yourself with varied exercises to target different muscle groups and prevent plateauing.

Lastly, remember to prioritise rest and recovery. Muscles grow during the recovery period, so make sure to give your body enough time to rest between workouts. Proper nutrition and hydration are also essential for muscle growth, so fuel your body with the nutrients it needs to repair and grow stronger.

👉🏻By focusing on form, intensity, variety, and recovery, you can get the most out of every repetition in weightlifting for optimal muscle growth.


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