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increasing weight vs increasing reps

raybravo

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i had this question in mind , might be silly but still felt like this was the best place to clarify it .
lets say a person can bench 220 pounds for 6 reps - taking 4 secs for each rep - so he's benched 220*6=1320 pounds in 24 seconds .
now , the next workout , if he increases the weight used by 10 pounds and does 6 reps again , he's taking 24 seconds here again and is lifting 1380 pounds , a net 60 pound increase .
now if the same lifter instead of adding 10 pounds and doing 6 reps , if he does 7 reps , then he's lifting 220 pounds more than his last workout right ? but here , since he's done 7 reps , this has taken him " 28 " seconds . so thats 4 seconds more than the last time but a net increase of 220 pounds as compared to 60 pounds he gained by increasing weight on the bar .
which would be more benefitial according to ya all ? ur opinions bros, thanx .
 

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