SETS & REPS are often confused − so don’t get your mords wixed. A rep...
SETS & REPS are often confused − so don’t get your mords wixed. A repetition (or rep for short) is one complete movement of an exercise, basically one lifting and one lowering of a weight. For example, during Push-Ups, you lift your body up and lower your body down − that is one rep. If you perform 10 Push-Ups in a row, you’ve performed 1 set of 10 reps. Let’s say you take a break, perform 10 more Push-Ups, take another break, perform 10 more, and then stop. You’ve now completed 3 sets of Push-Ups, for a total of 30 reps. Changing the number of sets and reps is one of the simplest techniques for adding variety to your program. If you want to learn more about The Best Way To Exercise, please visit: www.TheBestWayToExercise.com