So u mean it could be easier for me do increase my lifting weights with 10 rep squats? i don't see any logic here...
Originally Posted by pigeons=protein
We don't know what works best for YOU yet. (But any rep range will WORK for anyone if he/she keeps adding weight to the bar in an steady pace; just some rep ranges work better for some people than other rep ranges)
You got to figure that out yourself (by trying different systems, and finding which one gives you faster results)
I did run SS, drank GOMAD, and went from 73kg to 90kg. and my lifts was like this:
squat: 92.5kg x3x5
deadlift: 115kg 1x5
press: 52.5kg 3x5
bench: 80kg 3x5
totally wimpy lifts for a 90kg guy, and similar to your stats.
Then I found higher reps work better for me. by "work better" I mean I'm able to recover from them much much faster compared to lower reps.
faster recovery = I'm able to add weight to the bar more often, and also train more often.
No I slept 9 hours per day
No wife so no stress
and my technique was legit (posted form check videos and comments said it was alright)
form check thread:
As an example to my own training:
Last time I deadlifted (stiff-legged) 40kg for 100 reps.
This next time I will go for 45kg, I will get as many reps as possible and try my best to hit 100th reps, if I do, fine, I will go for 50kg next time, if not, will try to hit the 100th next time.