In today’s video I share my workouts have changed during my 34 years of lifting experience and valuable lessons I’ve learned along way.

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    8 replies to "How My Workouts Have Changed After 34 Years Of Lifting"

    • Bloody Reckless

      First from the West Ukraine πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        I appreciate you

      • Bloody Reckless

        @Lose Fat Get Jacked I appreciate u and ur awesome content
        Keep up the very awesome work

    • Lose Fat Get Jacked

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    • mma boxing it's the best sports in the world πŸ’ͺπŸ‘Š

      But if I don’t want siZe to be heavy so i. Need to lift light weight like 10kilo my endurance more important me
      10 kilo total for any part of body it’s ok if i do 30 reps

      • Lose Fat Get Jacked

        Do what feels best for you and what you enjoy. Research has shown that lighter weight with higher reps will build just as much muscle as heavier weight with few reps if both are taken to momentary muscular failure. So both approaches will produce the same size. But the lighter weight and higher reps would definitely be better for the muscle endurance. Thanks for sharing your experiences and what works best for you. I appreciate it.

      • mma boxing it's the best sports in the world πŸ’ͺπŸ‘Š

        @Lose Fat Get Jacked thank you very much for your answer and your knowledge you give us

    • chris murray

      Here is something to think about if you train more body parts per week with higher frequency -more volume does that increase more wear and tear on your joints? Wear and tear is often not caused by heavy weights, instead it can be cumulative over many years of training. Also, as you age and get into your fifties and sixties your joints and soft tissue can start to break down due to aging process. Great video Scott and I agree it is good to mix it up and have fun with your training!!!

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