Lifting light weight makes more tone in your muscles and makes them bigger, but it really does not make them stronger. to make your muscles stronger and have more power, you need a heavy weight with reps of about 6-8. Lifting light weight makes more tone in your muscles and makes them bigger, but it really does not make them stronger. to make your muscles stronger and have more power, you need a heavy weight with reps of about 6-8.
That is generally refered to as the "toning up" principle; its what you do to "look good." As a general rule though you need to do both mass building (low rep, heavy weight), and toning work to "look good" if you are lifting weights for cosmetic reasons. If you are looking for functional strength though, you have to stick with cals mixed in with low rep heavy weight strength training. For total strength, you need both cals, AND weights, not to mention untold galons of protein. Generally speaking, you only get stronger, if you are young and healthy enough, and murder your muscles through cals and weights, while loading up on protein. Thing is though, if you do that for a whole year, you need to rest, completely, for a whole month, to allow your body to detoxify; all that concentrated protein, like all concentrated food material, is toxic. It helps build muscle, but too much, for too long, with no break, becomes toxic. Why do you think that, even doing everything right, diet, supplementation, etc, sometimes you feel like crap? That is your body telling you you've been poisoned and you need to stop. However, if you give it time to detox, one month per year roughly, a whole month, over time the body will adapt and develop reistance to protein supplementation, and you will feel like crap less and less. [[User:188.8.131.52|184.108.40.206]]stardingo747
no lifting less weight w/more reps make you cut as in muscle definition heavy weight and shorter reps make you stronger 3-4 sets and 6-8 reps
no just stronger
No, cramps are painful indicators that something is wrong.
Lifting up weights.
There are many muscles in your chest area, therefore you can exercise them to make them bigger or more lean. The benefits of weight lifting at the chest is to make sure your chest is muscular and has less fat.
Yes lifting along with a high protein diet will make you stronger.
well all i can say in my apinion is that yes but only if you are working out with it like weight lifting or sit up and jogging this will help you become stronger and healthier
Eventually, yes. But tendons respond slower to training than muscles do so be careful to not overexert yourself.
yes after week or so.
Women in various societies are getting stronger. They are empowering themselves with knowledge, which helps them make decisions that benefit them.
No, by no means, but much like lifting weights or riding a bike can make your body stronger, homework can make your mind stronger. You may find that the less time you spend whining about it and trying to avoid it, the sooner you will be done.
Answeryou can make your bieceps stronger by pumping iron or just generally lifting things and hauling them around.
yes must of the time yes must of the time