How frequently should I increase the weight for my lifts?

How frequently should I increase the weight for my lifts?

For example I’ve had the same bench press for a couple weeks and still struggle with it and can’t do it with great form. Should I try to go even higher or just keep going until I can do it well with good form?

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  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I add weight once I can do 12 reps with perfect form and I no longer struggle on the last rep

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  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    assuming that you are not following a detailed program, I think it is good to mix up your rep ranges, so if you're doing 3x8, perhaps you raise the weight and try to do 5x5, or even five sets of triples with heavier weight. this helps keep things fresh. how long have you been lifting, though? you're going to feel much more comfortable once you have the form down.

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  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You can do whatever feels more convenient to your lifts, but the idea is overloading progressively along with the usual deload time.
    For example, SL 5x5 tells you to increase 2,5 kilos per session to all lifts (squat; bench; OHP and rows) till the moment you stall. Then you need to re-think your diet and rest.
    Always prioritize the form, it will keep you away from injuries.

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  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You sound like a beginner so every week. If you are not progressive overloading every week, your training not as in just the program but training in general your ability to push yourself etc. sucks and or nutrition.

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  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Assuming you are a beginner, add weight every session untill you stall. Stalling means when you can't perform all reps in all sets or form breaking down. Don't fool yourself by splitting up the sets or ignoring bad form thinking it will be better next session.
    Deload 10% next session and continue as usual from there.
    Deloading is a normal and necessery part of progressive overload and should not be seen as a failure.
    It will keep you injury free and stop you from becoming worn down and depressed from lack of progress.

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    A good test is if you can do 2 more reps than normal with that weight - so if you are doing 10 reps with a certain weight, try to do 12. If you can, move up in weight

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >How frequently should I increase the weight for my lifts?
    Whats your goal, just strength or hypertrophy? For strength just increase weight when you can do 12 reps of it. For hypertrophy, if you can do 15 slow controlled reps without failing form, and it feels easy, then go up.

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