How does spotting help your weight lifting workout?
Is it necessary to increase poundage in order to get bigger? What if there is no one to spot for you? How would your training go? I mean how do you increase the weight that you are lifting?
You have to know what your capable of and you have to know what your max is when working without a spotter. Once you know that you can figure out your sets and reps. for example my max stays between 300-330 so my last set is 275 without a spotter if I do 2-3 reps i know with a spotter i can do 4-7.
Spotting becomes very important
as you keep increasing the poundage while training or lifting weights. Why?
Just so that you don’t get crushed by the weight if something goes wrong, i.e.
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