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Do you regularly stick to 3-4 sets of 10-12 reps on each exercise? Are you finding that your results are less frequent to what they used to be? Maybe it's time to inject some new dynamics to your workouts and by doing so could be the answer for you. It's easy to get stuck into what we think should be working but the truth is, your body, in particular your muscles should have some sort of overload and changing up the sets and reps is a perfect start. Let's explore this new method of training further....

End Goal

Before I go into the different ways you can mix things up I want you to think about what your end goal is when leading this lifestyle. When changing up the sets and reps you're ultimately changing the stimulus you are now going to give your body. Therefore, when done properly this should result in a change to the way you look and feel. Sticking to the same workout routine over and over not only gets repetitive and boring, but it also reduces your chances of seeing results in the ways you wish for. I know what it's like when you aren't seeing the results you wished for, it can get you down and leave you feeling uninterested in going to the gym. Fear not, here are some ways to re capture some of that motivation...

More Volume

Changing up your rep ranges can significantly increase the results you see from your workouts. I see a common theme amongst people that fail to continue to see results because they don't break the mould. I'm pretty sure when you had your induction in the gym, most of your exercises were sets of 10 reps right? Well, you don't always have to do sets of 10 reps and sometimes they can be 12, 15 or even 20. Just because you switch up the rep ranges doesn't mean you are then training for endurance, you can still lift heavy weights and see good results performing higher rep ranges.

More volume more weight more results

About the Author

Job Role Nutritional and Fitness Advisor Qualifications Premier International Diploma in Personal Training, Nutrition and Sports Massage Therapy Scott has always been active growing up being involved in different sport teams and individual sports such as boxing and Jiu Jitsu. It wasn't until Scott dislocated his left knee during a Jiu Jitsu Competition when he developed a new passion which was going to the gym. Scott studied an International Diploma in Personal Training, Nutrition and Sports Massage Therapy which he has used for over 8 years in the Fitness Industry. Scott has been successful in his field in the UK and in other countries of the world. He has helped many people achieve their goals in Fat Loss, Weight gain, Hypertrophy and other areas of Health and Fitness. Scott is very passionate and is a big motivator who is going to provide you with expert advice and looks forward to helping you with your goals. There is more to see of Scott as he will be competing in Fitness Modelling competitions this year and next so keep a look out for him.
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