A repetition in weight training would be more than one lifting motion.
If I was doing 8 repetitions (aka reps) on squat, I would squat with the bar 8 times. Usually you do so many sets with a set amount of repetitions.
A set is the amount of repetitions one lifts in weight training in one setting. For example, if you lift 150lbs. 10 times, that's one set. The repetition is how many times the weight was lifted. In the example, it would be ten times.
RM stands for repetition maximum. For example, a 1RM for the squat would consist of the maximum amount of weight that one could squat for 1 rep (repetition). A 5RM squat would be the maximum amount of weight one could squat for 5 reps.
Repetition is a noun for an action of repeating something that has already been said or written; the recurrence of an action or event; something repeated; a training exercise that is repeated as in physical training; the repeating of a passage or note. Example sentence:The only way I can learn my lines for this play is by repetition; a lot of repetition.
W1RM in strength training means "working 1 repetition max."
No. High weight, Low repetition.
Economical training means training in repetition various technical and tactical topics while the pace remains elevated to improve conditioning.
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Repetition, rehearsal, exercise, preparation, training, run-through, and drill.
weight training strengthens your skeletal muscels
Is because men has the ability,strenght, to deal with weight training.
Strength and possibly power (depending on the type of weight training)
Weight training is used in every sport to get stronger and develop athleticism. Weight training is an essential part of every athletes success. A good weight training program is what makes championship athletes and teams.
No, weight training is not just for men. Weight training is not gender specific, neither is any other form of exercise. Young or old, male or female, everyone can benefit from weight training (under normal circumstances).
Muscle training is lifting weights and weight exercises
Unless you do circuit training, weight training has little direct affect on the heart rate. Weight training is anaerobic exercise. It is aerobic exercise like walking or running that has a direct affect on the heart rate because it strengthens the heart. Weight training does not.
It is impossible to use your muscles without eventually tiring, otherwise we'd be perpetual motion machines! However, you can increase the endurance of your muscles through cardio and high-repetition weight training.
resistance training or weight training,
well there is weight training, fartlek,continuous, interval , circuit, flexibility and weight
James L. Hesson has written: 'Weight Training for Life (Instructor's Manual)' 'Weight training for life' -- subject(s): Weight training
Depends what kind of weight training experience you have. For 1 repetition it should be Un-trained: 125 Novice: 165 Intermediate: 200 Advanced: 275 Elite: 345 i weigh 185 and can bench 275 one rep
You can gain weight with resistance training, assuming that you train and eat properly.
No. Proper strength or weight training increases ligament strength.
Edward Franz has written: 'Beginning weight training' -- subject(s): Weight lifting, Weight training