If I were asked this question, I will say the weight in kilograms which can be lifted 11 (eleven) times for an exercise. I am talking of bodybuilding, of course.

For me, 10 kilogram pair dumbbells for military press is the ideal weight to lift. I can do just 11 reps of military press with 10 kilogram dumbbells. I can do about 43 bench presses with 10kg pair dumbbells. Maybe 17.5 kilogram pair is the ideal weight for bench presses. Because then I can manage just 11.

So this is the reason why young boys insist on joining gym. They have 10 kilogram pair , 17.5 kilogram pair and more. Also other equipments.

Now, why 11?

My reasoning is prime numbers in decreasing order four times. Why decreasing? 'cause I believe that decreasing primes keeps pain constant. Why four? 'cause four is two squared ( meaning two from any side) and two is biggest enemy of prime numbers.

Even numbers. Why 11? 'cause 11 will lead to 11, 7, 5 and 3. Keep the pain low and constant.

To me, a 10 kilogram pairs of dumbbells is ideal for military press as I can do 11, 7, 5 and 3. With bench press I do 23, 19, 17 and 13. Not from 43 'cause it is more difficult to do 43, 37, 31 and 29.

I now have clarity in sets and reps. But I do not know whether I should do quick and complete dumbbells workout repeated 2 or more times. Or whether strength for 4 sets in decreasing primes starting suitably from a number appropriate to the muscles exercised.

Do you have similar confusion? Please write about it.

For me, 10 kilogram pair dumbbells for military press is the ideal weight to lift. I can do just 11 reps of military press with 10 kilogram dumbbells. I can do about 43 bench presses with 10kg pair dumbbells. Maybe 17.5 kilogram pair is the ideal weight for bench presses. Because then I can manage just 11.

So this is the reason why young boys insist on joining gym. They have 10 kilogram pair , 17.5 kilogram pair and more. Also other equipments.

Now, why 11?

My reasoning is prime numbers in decreasing order four times. Why decreasing? 'cause I believe that decreasing primes keeps pain constant. Why four? 'cause four is two squared ( meaning two from any side) and two is biggest enemy of prime numbers.

Even numbers. Why 11? 'cause 11 will lead to 11, 7, 5 and 3. Keep the pain low and constant.

To me, a 10 kilogram pairs of dumbbells is ideal for military press as I can do 11, 7, 5 and 3. With bench press I do 23, 19, 17 and 13. Not from 43 'cause it is more difficult to do 43, 37, 31 and 29.

I now have clarity in sets and reps. But I do not know whether I should do quick and complete dumbbells workout repeated 2 or more times. Or whether strength for 4 sets in decreasing primes starting suitably from a number appropriate to the muscles exercised.

Do you have similar confusion? Please write about it.

__Yet another important theory is clear now !!__**What is it?**__When one can do many many reps like 43 in bench press etc., then the next rep will be half. 22 or 21.____How about this?____This is a practical realisation!!__
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I can explain about halving, prime numbers,work done and energy.

What is it?

Between half of a number and the number there is no integer multiple. As an example between 62 and 31 there is no integer divisor of 62.

Prime numbers use this method. Point 1.

Work done is multiple of two numbers. Point 2.

What is happening is when bench press is done 43 times, it realises that no work is done. Though energy is spent.

Body then somehow says next time try half say 22.

Oh come on!!

Yes, this is the truth.

interesting concept

Thank you so much, sm.

Errors are there. They are regretted.

Happy New year to you and your family

Thanks. Wish you the same.

This topic I am not much well versed with.Anyway i got some glimpses,so a useful post.

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