Good information. The guys at the gym with the biggest delts, work them out with very light resistance and lots of reps. There must be something to this. I've wonder if this is true with other muscles too. What do you think?
jay...lot of trial and error ,one day it clicked and once you string some workouts together and feel it you stick with it and keep at it.its the mindset 'old one'you need to get over...
for me..i been changing things up to see what results could change..
calves..was doing hi reps and burn 'pump',recently went lower reps 8-12 at the most heavy weight slow stretch tho ,,its working
chest...low reps 6-8 best pumps and fullness for me at least...I've done higher reps and supersets as well and gotten same result,,but in terms of a bigger chest look low reps/volume'sets'
tris...like higher reps and I do trisets and or supersets frequently...if I do low rep/heavy my elbows blow out after few workouts ,,so I will occasionally do some heavier low rep workouts jn between .
bis..these I mix heavy and lighter/hi rep,,i switch week to week.bi's seem to respond better to hi reps I think in the end...
back...I do a lot of volume and movements and heavy mostly 8-12 reps wise is best for me...
quads..lots sets heavy weights mostly 10 reps goal I do 8 on certain heavy sets leg presses/squats..there are times I superset as well or do hi reps 12/20 on leg presses for pumps.extensions/lunges are higher reps 12 and above but still heavyish weight..
hams,,same 8-10 reps max weight that can be done for those reps ..again I will superset as well which last few weeks I've done with legs ,,supersetting means nothing to me I can do same weight I do normally even with increased set time and tempo..
delts already mentioned earlier..