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  • Rep Range and Muscle Gain

    Can a lifter reach his natural genetic limits for muscle gain lifting in higher rep ranges (8 -15 reps) for his entire training career, without ever going into lower rep ranges, say 3 - 6?

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    Probably, as there's nothing uniquely beneficial to the lower rep ranges from a hypertrophy standpoint
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    • #3
      Thanks for the response.

      In your experience, have you found that lifters w/ rheumatoid arthritis tolerate moderate rep ranges and lower intensity better than low reps and high intensity?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by fbc91 View Post
        Thanks for the response.

        In your experience, have you found that lifters w/ rheumatoid arthritis tolerate moderate rep ranges and lower intensity better than low reps and high intensity?
        This is all highly individual.
        IG / YT

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