Training in “no man’s land” brings mediocre results, at best.
The repetition range for different physical activities can vary from a low of one, to as many as one million, and theoretically even more. Along with the change in the number of repetitions comes an inherent change in the “percentage of maximum effort” that can be exerted per repetition. By changing the percentage of maximum effort, and therefore the total number of repetitions we are capable of performing per set, we determine whether we are training to develop strength (1-5 reps), muscular size (15-35 reps), muscular endurance (100-500 reps), cardio (1000-20,000 reps), or pure endurance (50,000-500,000 reps, and beyond).
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