What are Super High Repetitions?
Super High Repetitions are a cause for many discussions on the internet.
On one side, you have the people that believe that the fix for everything is low repetition – high intensity exercises.
On the other side are the people that are open to more ideas and try to look at other repetition schedules for benefits.
While science is not concluded to either side, there are benefits to be found in this type of training.
Super High Repetitions in basic are: Sets that you perform for 100 repetitions per set, with as heavy resistance as that you can handle for those 100 repetitions.
What do Super High Repetitions do to your body?
Super High Repetitions will increase your strength and muscular endurance.
At a good repetition range, let’s say 40 repetitions your body will produce the lactic acid response. This will make sure that your muscles start to burn, and you will have to push through it to be able to reap the benefits of this training.
This method of training will also ensure that you feel “The pump” that so many people are looking for.
The benefits of Super High Repetitions:
If you practice this method frequently you will:
- Increase your Strength endurance
- Improve your Mental strength
- Build Willpower
- Increase your Muscle size.
- Let’s you find your “Second wind”
- Have more muscle fiber activation than other types of training.
The cons of Super High Repetitions:
- Not for the faint of heart, this is a very tough type of exercises and frankly, most people do not have the guts to do this.
- Not as effective in building strength as other methods.
The Scoring of this Method
Our verdict for this type of training is:
Find out in next weeks article how High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) can spice your training up, and how they can help you to become a stronger you!