Can increasing the frequency of a workout be the alternative of increasing free weights?

 

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I’m 22 yrs old,weighing 63kg. I workout at home using free weights. Earlier my weight was 51kg. I m using same free weights till now. I feel those weight comparatively lighter. I don’t want 2 buy new free weights. Can increasing the frequency of raising weights (i.e raising it 30 times instead of earlier 15 times) will work?

Please any valuable advice will be gr8ly appreciated.

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2 Responses to Can increasing the frequency of a workout be the alternative of increasing free weights?

  • Build Muscle says:

    If your goal is to build muscle, you’ve got to increase the resistance over time.

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  • Altru-man says:

    No, that will only increase your endurance. Alter the rhythm of the lift and also the tension during the full range of motion. Do a slower count and practice full tension no lockout movements where you don’t stop moving like a cam on a shaft.You will feel the effects of this within the first 2 sets.Do 6 – 10 reps. You can also do 21′s, 7 doing only the up part of the move, then 7 doing the down part of the move and then 7 full reps and you will definitely feel it more. Just remember to do a 2-3 count for the reps.

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