• Join Us!
  • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
  • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
  • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
  • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
  • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
  • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
  • Join Us!

  • Get the Fitness Geared Forum App Now!
  • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
  • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding

Steroidify

  • Join Us!
  • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
  • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
  • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
  • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
  • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
  • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
  • Join Us!
  • You have 1 new Private Message Attention Guest, if you are not a member of Fitness Geared - Body Building & Fitness Community, you have 1 new private message waiting, to view it you must fill out this form.
  • Amused
  • Angry
  • Annoyed
  • Awesome
  • Bemused
  • Cocky
  • Cool
  • Crazy
  • Crying
  • Depressed
  • Down
  • Drunk
  • Embarrased
  • Enraged
  • Friendly
  • Geeky
  • Godly
  • Happy
  • Hateful
  • Hungry
  • Innocent
  • Meh
  • Piratey
  • Poorly
  • Sad
  • Secret
  • Shy
  • Sneaky
  • Tired
  • Wtf
  • Dislikes Dislikes:  0
    Results 1 to 11 of 11

    Thread: Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding

    1. #1
      sarmsinfo's Avatar
      sarmsinfo is offline FG Newbie
      Points: 548, Level: 10
      Level completed: 96%, Points required for next Level: 2
      Overall activity: 22.0%
      This user has no status.
       
      I am:
      ----
       
      Join Date
      Oct 2017
      Posts
      19
      Points
      548
      Level
      10
      Rep Power
      0

      Default Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding



      • Get the Fitness Geared
        Forum App Now!
      • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
      • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding

      • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
      • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
      • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
      • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
      • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
      • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
      Watch it here:

    2. #2
      Dzone's Avatar
      Dzone is online now Super Moderator
      Points: 118,339, Level: 100
      Level completed: 0%, Points required for next Level: 0
      Overall activity: 44.0%
      This user has no status.
       
      I am:
      Happy
       
      Join Date
      Mar 2008
      Posts
      17,367
      Points
      118,339
      Level
      100
      Blog Entries
      2
      Rep Power
      492

      Default Re: Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding

      Ive heard of huge guys like Paul Dillet using small weights to get huge

    3. #3
      macedog24's Avatar
      macedog24 is offline REP
      Points: 35,955, Level: 100
      Level completed: 0%, Points required for next Level: 0
      Overall activity: 99.6%
      Achievements:
      Got three FriendsFirst 1000 Experience Points
      This user has no status.
       
      I am:
      Awesome
       
      Join Date
      Feb 2016
      Posts
      2,503
      Points
      35,955
      Level
      100
      Rep Power
      95

      Default Re: Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding

      Quote Originally Posted by Dzone View Post
      Ive heard of huge guys like Paul Dillet using small weights to get huge
      Getting that blood pumping volume in..

      Sent from my LG-H910 using Tapatalk


      mace15 for 15% off!-Straightupkratom



    4. #4
      FREAKSHOW's Avatar
      FREAKSHOW is offline Super Moderator
      Points: 11,318, Level: 70
      Level completed: 17%, Points required for next Level: 332
      Overall activity: 12.0%
      Achievements:
      First 1000 Experience Points
      is Rollin Swollin
       
      I am:
      Cocky
       
      Join Date
      Aug 2015
      Location
      Hell
      Posts
      744
      Points
      11,318
      Level
      70
      Rep Power
      45

      Default Re: Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding

      Im trying the lighter weight approach myself, i use a slower tempo and higher reps. the pump is insane and i am seeing results,i'm rather surprised to be honest.
      "I don't need the promise of Heaven or the threat of HELL to be a good person"

    5. #5
      guns01's Avatar
      guns01 is offline ADMINISTRATOR
      Points: 108,602, Level: 100
      Level completed: 0%, Points required for next Level: 0
      Overall activity: 99.9%
      Achievements:
      First 1000 Experience PointsGot three Friends
      Awards:
      Activity Award
      This user has no status.
       
      I am:
      ----
       
      Join Date
      Jul 2012
      Posts
      25,500
      Points
      108,602
      Level
      100
      Rep Power
      505

      Default Re: Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding

      good form time under tension and pump are the most important imo. just lifting heavy weight to lift heavy weight is stupid and will shorten your time in the sport. now with that said some people can grow with heavy weight crap form and some can grow with light weight and perfect form. progressive loading and blood every training session. also something that comes to mind is heavy weight is a relative term. what is light weight for me my be stupid heavy for you. i think that also plays a part in the equation as well
      TGBSupplements REP

      https://www.tgbsupplements.com/

      Use code 'Baby1' for $5 off your order

    6. #6
      macedog24's Avatar
      macedog24 is offline REP
      Points: 35,955, Level: 100
      Level completed: 0%, Points required for next Level: 0
      Overall activity: 99.6%
      Achievements:
      Got three FriendsFirst 1000 Experience Points
      This user has no status.
       
      I am:
      Awesome
       
      Join Date
      Feb 2016
      Posts
      2,503
      Points
      35,955
      Level
      100
      Rep Power
      95

      Default Re: Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding

      Quote Originally Posted by guns01 View Post
      good form time under tension and pump are the most important imo. just lifting heavy weight to lift heavy weight is stupid and will shorten your time in the sport. now with that said some people can grow with heavy weight crap form and some can grow with light weight and perfect form. progressive loading and blood every training session. also something that comes to mind is heavy weight is a relative term. what is light weight for me my be stupid heavy for you. i think that also plays a part in the equation as well
      Yes, i dont always think of it as light weight but for me last set I try and get at least 8 reps on the last set and usually drop set/superset.

      Sent from my LG-H910 using Tapatalk


      mace15 for 15% off!-Straightupkratom



    7. #7
      FREAKSHOW's Avatar
      FREAKSHOW is offline Super Moderator
      Points: 11,318, Level: 70
      Level completed: 17%, Points required for next Level: 332
      Overall activity: 12.0%
      Achievements:
      First 1000 Experience Points
      is Rollin Swollin
       
      I am:
      Cocky
       
      Join Date
      Aug 2015
      Location
      Hell
      Posts
      744
      Points
      11,318
      Level
      70
      Rep Power
      45

      Default Re: Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding

      Quote Originally Posted by guns01 View Post
      good form time under tension and pump are the most important imo. just lifting heavy weight to lift heavy weight is stupid and will shorten your time in the sport. now with that said some people can grow with heavy weight crap form and some can grow with light weight and perfect form. progressive loading and blood every training session. also something that comes to mind is heavy weight is a relative term. what is light weight for me my be stupid heavy for you. i think that also plays a part in the equation as well
      True, i aim for 8-12 reps on most movements. I love the slow negative as i feel it is working very well for me, something ive never done before. I will change it up sometimes and take 30% of my 1RM and do 25-30 reps with it, steady med speed tempo. Man the pump is awesome. Im seeing results in my arms FINALLY by doing slower more controlled reps and slow negs.
      "I don't need the promise of Heaven or the threat of HELL to be a good person"

    8. #8
      Dzone's Avatar
      Dzone is online now Super Moderator
      Points: 118,339, Level: 100
      Level completed: 0%, Points required for next Level: 0
      Overall activity: 44.0%
      This user has no status.
       
      I am:
      Happy
       
      Join Date
      Mar 2008
      Posts
      17,367
      Points
      118,339
      Level
      100
      Blog Entries
      2
      Rep Power
      492

      Default Re: Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding

      I can take a couple 20 lb dumbells and annihilate myself with them. I can make those 20 pounders feel way heavier by what I do with them

    9. #9
      Skeletor's Avatar
      Skeletor is offline Super Moderator
      Points: 24,201, Level: 94
      Level completed: 86%, Points required for next Level: 149
      Overall activity: 0%
      Achievements:
      First 1000 Experience Points
      This user has no status.
       
      I am:
      ----
       
      Join Date
      Sep 2014
      Posts
      3,292
      Points
      24,201
      Level
      94
      Rep Power
      135

      Default Re: Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding

      Love the lighter weight approach myself. Been in the best shape of my life doing this

    10. #10
      BABY1's Avatar
      BABY1 is offline Mrs FUZO
      Points: 341,474, Level: 100
      Level completed: 0%, Points required for next Level: 0
      Overall activity: 0%
      Awards:
      Blog Award
      is is planting seeds
       
      I am:
      Happy
       
      Join Date
      Oct 2003
      Location
      the Woods
      Posts
      30,137
      Points
      341,474
      Level
      100
      Blog Entries
      559
      Rep Power
      638

      Default Re: Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding

      Years ago when I trained with Fuzo he cut me no slck and would hand me weight I would have never picked up on my own. That was the best shape I was ever in and I was 40. !0 years later and I am ready to beat that but probably need to modify a bit
      Veritas Vos Liberabit

    11. #11
      guns01's Avatar
      guns01 is offline ADMINISTRATOR
      Points: 108,602, Level: 100
      Level completed: 0%, Points required for next Level: 0
      Overall activity: 99.9%
      Achievements:
      First 1000 Experience PointsGot three Friends
      Awards:
      Activity Award
      This user has no status.
       
      I am:
      ----
       
      Join Date
      Jul 2012
      Posts
      25,500
      Points
      108,602
      Level
      100
      Rep Power
      505

      Default Re: Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding

      • Get the Fitness Geared
        Forum App Now!
      • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
      • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding

      • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
      • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
      • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
      • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
      • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
      • Heavy Vs Light Lifting For Bodybuilding
      Quote Originally Posted by BABY1 View Post
      Years ago when I trained with Fuzo he cut me no slck and would hand me weight I would have never picked up on my own. That was the best shape I was ever in and I was 40. !0 years later and I am ready to beat that but probably need to modify a bit
      get some baby1
      TGBSupplements REP

      https://www.tgbsupplements.com/

      Use code 'Baby1' for $5 off your order

    Tags for this Thread

    Posting Permissions

    • You may not post new threads
    • You may not post replies
    • You may not post attachments
    • You may not edit your posts
    •  
    Join us
    About us
    www.Fitnessgeared.com is a Bodybuilding Fitness health & Training Discussion forum for all levels from beginner to advanced. We offer everything from Nutrition, Supplements, Fat Loss, Weight Training, Dieting, to achieve your goals to get in the shape you want.