How Many Sets And Reps To Build Muscle?


How Many Sets and Reps To Build Muscle?

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Wouldn’t it be great if someone could just give you a straight answer to the question “How many sets and reps to build muscle?”

There are so many fitness experts out there giving out conflicting information. Why is it so difficult for them to agree on how many sets and reps to build muscle?

You’re willing to work hard. You just need to know what to do.

During this video, 6-time national champion bodybuilder and coach for over 27 years, Skip La Cour, explains why this isn’t always the easiest question to answer.

The “Buff Dad You Never had” gives you a way of thinking that will last a lifetime. You’ll never be confused about how many sets and reps to build muscle again.

He’ll explain how many sets and reps to build muscle and a lot more.

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About Author

At 59 years old, Skip La Cour is the world’s #1 authority for Workouts for Older Men, Longevity for Older Men, and Personal Development for Older Men. La Cour helps older men like you get in shape. He is the creator of the Age Optimization System and a six-time national champion drug-free bodybuilder. He helps men who are a little older become their best both inside AND outside of the gym. Feel free to email Skip at any time at [email protected] with your questions and comments. Or, call (925)352-4366.

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