There's never been a better time to get into training! (2023)

Here we have provided answers to some frequently asked questions about the reduced-fee courses and free training.

Please note that only general information is provided here — we recommend speaking directly to your TAFE or training provider if you require further details.

Your local Jobs and Skills Centre can assist with free advice and information about choosing the right option to get you skills ready — call them on 13 64 64 or find your local JSCand visit in person.

General questions: Free and reduced-fee training courses

Who can access subsidised training such as the reduced-fee qualifications?

You are eligible for a subsidised training placeif you have left school*, your primary place of residence is in Western Australia, and you are:

  • an Australian citizen; or
  • a permanent visa holder or holder of visa subclass 309, 444, 785, or820;
  • a dependent or spouse of the primary holder of a visa subclass 457; or
  • a Bridging Visa E holder (subclasses 050 and 051) and you have made a valid application for a visa ofsubclass 785 or 790.

*In 2022, Year 12 school students who are leaving school can access a subsidised training place from 24 October 2022.

Interstate apprentices and trainees may be eligiblefor publicly funded training in WA.

You can find more information about eligibility requirements inthe Department'sVET fees and charges policy.

Please contact your TAFE college or private training provider, for further information about eligibility and fees.

Are some of those Job Ready skill sets really free for everyone?

Yes! Some of the Job Ready skill sets are totally free, for everyone*!

You do not have to be aged 15—24, or on a concession — all feesare 100 per cent subsidised by the WA State Government, through Jobs and Skills WA, so that there is no cost to you.

Eligibility requirements apply to the free training (see the information under Who can access the free training? below)

    Who can access the free training?

    The "free for everyone" training isavailable to all permanent residents of Western Australia.

    Temporary residents

    Persons holding one of the following visa types are also eligible:

    • holders of a sub-class 309, 444, 785, 790, or 820visa;
    • secondary holders of a temporary visa of sub-class 457; and
    • holders of a Bridging Visa E (subclasses 050 and 051) where the visa holder has made a valid application for a visa of subclass 785 or 790.

    Who is not eligible

    • Persons living outside of Western Australia, or Australia, are not eligible.
    • International students and people on a student visa are not eligible.
    • Students who are still at school*

    *In 2022, Year 12 school students who are leaving school can access a subsidised training place from 24 October 2022.

    The Department of Training and Workforce Development’sVET Fees and charges policyoutlines eligibility for subsidised training in WA.

    All enquiries regarding eligibility and/or course fees should be made to the TAFE college or private training provider.

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    Do I have a choice of training providers?

    Yes —theskill sets and Lower fees, local skills qualificationsare available at Western Australian TAFE colleges, and some courses are also available from selected private training providers.

    The Skills Ready course list includes information about which TAFE colleges and private training providers are offering each of the skill sets and Lower fees, local skills qualifications. Please note that availability forsome courses may be subject to an available training place.

    Your local Jobs and Skills Centre can help you choose a training provider. For further information on approved providers, see Choosing a training provider on this website, or call your local Jobs and Skills Centre on 136464

    How do I apply and/or enrol in the skill sets or Lower fees, local skills qualifications?

    Once you have decided how you're going to get skilled, and found a training provider that you’re happy with, the next step is to apply and/or enrol.

    For the Job Ready skill sets at TAFE colleges, you can enrol directly on their website. Please follow the link on the course page to access the enrolment process.

    For private training providers, please follow the 'Find out more' link on the course page list to go to their website where information about enrolment will be available.

    For all other courses, please refer to the information in the course description for each of the training providers listed as delivering that course.

    It’s a good idea to contact your TAFE college or training provider directly or check their website for any eligibility requirements you need to meet, and to get the dates and other details for enrolling. For some qualifications, you may be required to apply for a place. Each of the WA TAFEcolleges provides this information on their website, as do most private training providers.

    General information about applying and enrolling is available here.If you would like some advice or assistance to apply for a course, your local Jobs and Skills Centre can help.

    Can I access VET student loans (VSL) for the Lower fees, local skills qualifications and/or job ready skill sets?

    The Australian Government offers VET Student Loans (VSL)only for courses atDiploma or Advanced Diploma level.Because the Job Ready skill sets are not full qualifications, they are not eligible for VSL.

    If your Lower fees, local skills qualificationis at Diploma or Advanced Diploma level, you may be eligible for VSL.

    What are VET student loans?

    Eligible students can apply to get a loan to pay for their fees through the Australian Government’sVETStudent Loans scheme (VSL). Under this scheme, once you’re employed and your income exceeds a set level, you start repaying the loan through the tax system. For more information contact your training provider,visit the Australian Government's VET Student Loanswebsiteor contact the student hotline on 1800 020 108.

    Skill sets

    What is a skill set?

    The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) — the national regulator for vocational education and training (VET) — defines a skillset as follows.

    "A single unit of competency or a combination of units of competency from a training package which link to a licensing or regulatory requirement, or a defined industry need."

    In VET, a qualification or course is made up of a number of units of competency, and each of those unitshas defined learning outcomes based on the skills and knowledge it covers. A skillset is developed by choosing individual units of competency that targeta specific set of skills and knowledge, to meet the needs of industry or a particular job role.

    Skillsets are also used to upskillworkers — for example;if cleaning staff at a hospital needed to learn about infection control, or if office workers needed to learn some management skills— in situations where a full qualification is not required.

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    Because skillsets are based on nationally accredited units of competency, when you successfully complete a skills set short course those units can count towards a full qualification if you decide to do further study.

    What is a unit of competency?

    A vocational education and training (VET) qualificationis made up of a number of units of competency, and each of those unitshas defined learning outcomes based on the skills and knowledge it covers. Each unitof competency has a set number of "nominal hours" ie the indicative hours required to deliver and assess the unit.

    Some people choose to complete individual units, to pick up specific skills when they need to. For example, you may work as a fitter and machinist but you want to move into plant mechanics — you could complete some units from the Certificate III in Engineering Plant Mechanic qualification to gain the skills and knowledge you need for that.

    Individual units of competency are also used to develop skill sets or short courses, that target a specific skills area.

    Will I receive a certificate when I complete a skill set?

    Because the skill sets are not a full qualification, you will not receive a certificate.

    You will receive a Statement of Attainment that lists all of the units of competency you completed in the skill set. This statement is recognised nationally as an official record. It verifies that you have completed those units, so you can receive credit for them should you continue on to further study.

    Can I go on to further studyafter I've completed a skill set?

    Yes! Completing a skill set is a great way to find out whether this is the industry area for you, and decide if you want to do further study and gain a full qualification.

    The Job Ready skill sets contain units of competency taken from nationally recognised vocational education and training (VET) qualifications. This means they work perfectly as a pathway to further study.

    The Statement of Attainment you receive on completion of a skill set verifies that you have completed those units, so you will receive credit for them should you continue on to further study.

    Lower fees, local skills — Reduced fees qualifications

    When are the Lower fees, local skills qualifications available?

    The Lower fees, local skills program commencedon 1 January 2020, with half price course fees to be in place for eligible courses until 31 December 2025.

    A full list of all qualifications on the Lower fees, local skills programcan be found here on the Lower fees, local skills course list document.

    Please note: In addition to the coursefees for Lower fees, local skills qualifications, you may also be required to pay other fees for resources that are specifically needed for your course. Please check with your TAFE collegeor training provider for details.

    I have already paid full price for my course, but now the course fees are half price. Do I get a refund?

    New qualifications have been added to the Lower fees, local skills program at different stages.

    • If you commenced units in a qualification prior to the date it was included in the program, you will pay the regular course fee rate for those units.
    • If you commenced units on or after the date that a qualification was included in the program, the Lower fees, local skills fee rates and annual course fee caps will apply to those units only. For these units, you will be eligible for a refund.

    A full list of all qualifications in the Lower fees, local skills programcan be found here on the Lower fees, local skills course list document. Should you have any queries, your TAFE college or training provider can confirm the date your course was included in the Lower fees, local skills program.

    If you think you may have overpaid for your Lower fees, local skills course, please contact your TAFE college or training provider to request an adjustment to your invoice and a refund of the difference.

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    Do I still have to pay other fees, like for resources, on the Lower fees, local skills qualifications?

    Yes, you may have to pay other fees. The half price rates under Lower fees, local skillsapply only to course fees, and these are set by the Department of Training and Workforce Development's VET fees and charges policy.

    You may need to pay other fees — thatwill depend on the qualification you choose. For example; if you do the Certificate III in Commercial Cookery, you may need to pay for specialist equipment such as a knife. Or some courses may require you to purchase a workbook and there will be a resource feefor that. Your TAFE college or training provider will be able to provide details of any such fees that apply to the course you're interested in.

    More information about fees and charges for VET courses is available inour website.

    How does the annual course fees cap work on the Lower fees, local skills qualifications?

    The "annual fees cap" means that regardless of how much your annual course fees actually are, under Lower fees, local skillsyou will not pay more than the capped amount.There are two course fee caps, which one you pay depends onwhether you are entitled to receive a concession rate or are aged at least 15 years of age but have not reached the end of the year in which you turn 25.

    • The concession rate annual course fee cap forLower fees, local skillsqualifications is $400, from the date the new fee applied.
    • The non-concession rate annual course fee cap forLower fees, local skillsqualifications is $1,200, from the date the new fee applied.

    A full list of all qualifications on the Lower fees, local skills programcan be found here on the Lower fees, local skills course list document.Please check with your TAFE college or training provider for details.

    • The concession rate course fee cap for Lower fees, local skills qualifications is $400, from the date the new fee applied.
    • The non-concession rate course fee cap for Lower fees, local skills qualifications is $1,200, from the date the new fee applied.

    All students aged 15—24 years of age are eligible for the annual concession fee cap of$400 per qualification/course per year on allLower fees, local skills qualifications, from the date the new fee applied.

    The following people will be entitled to a concession rate course fees cap of $400.

    • Persons aged 15—24 years and have left school*
    • Persons and dependents of persons in receipt of services from one of the following Commonwealth support or employment services programs:
      • Workforce Australia; or
      • ParentsNext
    • Persons and dependents of persons receiving the Youth Allowance, AUSTUDY or ABSTUDY
    • Persons and dependents of persons holding:
      • a pensioner concession card orHealth Care Card;or
      • aRepatriation Health Benefits Cardissued by the Department of Veterans' Affairs
    • Dependents of persons who are inmates of a custodial institution

    *In 2022, Year 12 school students who are leaving school can access a subsidised training place from 24 October 2022.

    Please note: Only course fees are reduced and included in the fees cap. Other fees may apply for some of the Lower fees, local skills courses.

    Is the annual fee cap just for one qualification or course, or can I do twoin the same year under the one fee cap?

    The annual course fee caps under Lower fees, local skillsare applied at qualification/course level for the calendar year.

    For example;if youcomplete two courses in one year, the course feeswill be cappedfor each course.

    Please note: Course fees are reduced for the Lower fees, local skills qualifications, however you may be required to pay other fees such as for resources that are specifically needed for your course.

    If I turn 25 years old during my Lower fees, local skills qualification, am I still eligible for the annual $400 course fee cap?

    Under Lower fees, local skillsthe $400course fee cap applies to units of competency that are commencedby concession students, and by people aged between 15 and 24 years.

    If you are turning 25 during your course, please speak to your TAFE college or training provider to check what course fees and/or price caps will apply.

    Please note: Course fees are half price for the Lower fees, local skills qualifications, however you may be required to pay other fees such as for resources that are specifically needed for your course.

    Are the Lower fees, local skills qualifications available if I study part time? Or are they only for full time study?

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    TheLower fees, local skills qualifications are available whether you study full time, part time or even online (where available).

    Are pre-apprenticeships, pre-traineeships, apprenticeships and traineeships included for the Lower fees, local skills qualifications and annual fee caps?

    Yes! Some of the Lower fees, local skillshalf price qualifications are available as an apprenticeship or traineeship, which means as an apprentice or trainee you or your employer would be eligible for the half price course fees and annual course fee caps.

    Pre-apprenticeships and pre-traineeships courses are also available under Lower fees, local skills;to help you prepare to get an apprenticeship or traineeship.

    Please note that the lower course fee rates under Lower fees, local skills and the annual course fee cap apply only to units of competency within a course or qualification that you commence from the date the new fee applied to 31 December 2025.

    If your apprenticeship or traineeship is likely to go beyond 2025, please speak to your TAFE college or training provider for information on how this might affect your course fees.

    Please note: In addition to course fees, you may be required to pay other fees for resources that are specifically needed for your course. Please check with your TAFE college or training provider for details.

    What happens if I start a two or three-year Lower fees, local skills qualificationthat continues past 31 December 2025?

    The reduced course fee rates under Lower fees, local skills, and the annual course fee cap, applyonly to units of competency within a course or qualification that you commence from the date the new fee applied and 31 December 2025.Any units of competency commenced outside of this period will attract the regular course fees.

    What if I start a Lower fees, local skillsqualificationbut can't continue it?

    If you re-commence units that form part of one of the Lower fees, local skills qualifications between the date the new fee applied and31 December 2025, you will still be eligible for the half price course fee rates and fee caps.

    If you have to withdraw from the course, you are entitled to a refund of the course fee and 50% of the resource fee for units that you withdraw from, before the unit withdrawal date (which is set by your TAFEcollege or training provider). Please check with your TAFE or training provider for information about refunds.

    Online courses and learning online

    How does online learning work?

    Learning online can be a great way to get skilled — whether your life doesn't have room for going to classes, or you like the idea of a more flexible pace of learning. And with online courses, you can get skilled from anywhere — it doesn't have to be your local TAFE, so you can choose from a wide range of courses.

    You'll be provided with all the information and resources needed for your course, help to get you set up, and support when you need it.All you need is a computer, an internet connection and a comfy chair!

    Doing an online course doesn't mean you'll sitting reading a screen all by yourself, with nobody to talk to and no lecturer to help you — online courses take place in avirtual classroom and can include a range of activities including discussions, online chats, journals and blogs, social media, quizzes, web quests andproject activities to keep things interesting. You'll be able to interact with your classmates, and your lecturer.

    Are those courses on the list completely online?

    Yes, some of the courses on the list can be done completely online. Howeversome of the courses require a practical component which can't be done online, or some may be a mix of online and face to face learning. If that's the case for your course, your TAFE or training provider will tell you what's required such as whether you'll need to attend any training on campus.

    You may also need to attend TAFE when it's time for an assessment of competencyto get your qualification or Statement of Attainment.

    Your TAFE college is following all current health advice, including physical distancing and cleaning, to ensure your safety if you need to attend training at this time.

    I don't have a fancy new computer, can I still study online?

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    You will need a computer that can browse the internet, and basic programs such as Microsoft Word and email to do your work. You may also need to download programs such as Zoom so that you can take part in class meetings.

    If you are concerned that your computer is not suitable, please contact the TAFE college or training provider and they will be able to advise you on the exact requirements for your course.

    FAQs

    Are you training hard enough? ›

    After a high-intensity set, your heart rate is up and you're out of breath. Recovery should be fairly efficient, leaving you ready to continue your exercises. If you have trouble recovering, you're working too hard. After a good workout, you should sleep soundly without waking up much in the night.

    How do you know your working out enough? ›

    You're reaching your goals.

    "The simplest way to know that you are working out enough is to set and keep track of your progress through measurable goals," he said. "Whether the goal is increasing in weight, repetitions, strength, flexibility, speed, or distance.

    How do I get into working out? ›

    Start slowly and build up gradually.

    Give yourself plenty of time to warm up and cool down with easy walking or gentle stretching. Then speed up to a pace you can continue for five to 10 minutes without getting overly tired. As your stamina improves, gradually increase the amount of time you exercise.

    How do you start working out when you're really out of shape? ›

    PureWow
    1. Take A (manageable) Hike. Walking is the simplest way to get back into working out. ...
    2. Play A Sport. There's nothing like monotony to turn you off a workout regimen. ...
    3. Use Your Body. ...
    4. Take A Spin Class. ...
    5. Try Slow-flow Yoga. ...
    6. Swim. ...
    7. Watch Workout Videos. ...
    8. Use An App.
    Dec 10, 2015

    What does it mean to train hard? ›

    If you're training hard, there should be points where you're pushing your threshold, and looking for PR's in many forms other than weight lifted; that includes using better form, better tempo, more range of motion, or performing more repetitions.

    Am I pushing myself hard enough in the gym? ›

    An curved arrow pointing right. Carrying on long conversations during your cardio sessions is a sign that you're not pushing yourself hard enough. Making gains in the gym via heavier weights or moving faster indicate you're pushing yourself enough.

    How much exercise is enough? ›

    As a general goal, aim for at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity every day. If you want to lose weight, maintain weight loss or meet specific fitness goals, you may need to exercise more. Reducing sitting time is important, too. The more hours you sit each day, the higher your risk of metabolic problems.

    Why is working out so hard? ›

    "Your body and brain need energy during a workout. If you're well-fueled, there's energy readily available in your blood stream. If you're not well-fueled, your body is going to need to tap into your energy stores, which takes time," says Lowry.

    How do you know if you worked out too hard? ›

    Training-related signs of overtraining
    1. Unusual muscle soreness after a workout, which persists with continued training.
    2. Inability to train or compete at a previously manageable level.
    3. "Heavy" leg muscles, even at lower exercise intensities.
    4. Delays in recovery from training.
    5. Performance plateaus or declines.
    Aug 16, 2021

    How do I start working out when I have never started? ›

    My First Time: 9 Tips To Get Started If You've Never Worked Out...
    1. Start small. Don't try to lose a ton of weight as soon as you start exercising and eating healthy. ...
    2. Schedule your workouts. ...
    3. Make yourself do it. ...
    4. Have a workout buddy. ...
    5. If you can, get a trainer. ...
    6. Plan ahead. ...
    7. Start with cardio. ...
    8. Be prepared for boredom.
    Oct 14, 2015

    Why working out is important? ›

    Being physically active can improve your brain health, help manage weight, reduce the risk of disease, strengthen bones and muscles, and improve your ability to do everyday activities. Adults who sit less and do any amount of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity gain some health benefits.

    How do I start working out after a long time? ›

    How to start working out after a long break
    1. Talk to your doctor before starting an exercise program. ...
    2. Find your current fitness level. ...
    3. Build your own workout routine. ...
    4. Choose the right workout clothes. ...
    5. Track your fitness progress. ...
    6. Take small steps to reaching your fitness goals. ...
    7. Stretch your muscles. ...
    8. Get a virtual fitness buddy.
    Jun 2, 2021

    What is the fastest way to get in shape? ›

    Run or jog 20 to 30 minutes every other day. You can also do other moderate-intensity activities like walking briskly, swimming, or bicycling. After your cardio workout, do three to four sets of bodyweight exercises like squats, pushups, lunges, burpees, or Russian twists.

    What to do when you haven't worked out in a long time? ›

    Maybe you've been busy. Maybe you just…haven't felt like exercising. That's OK, too.
    ...
    The Best Exercises to Do If You Haven't Worked Out In Forever
    1. Take a (manageable) hike. ...
    2. Play a sport. ...
    3. Use your body. ...
    4. Take a spin class. ...
    5. Try slow-flow yoga. ...
    6. Swim. ...
    7. Watch workout videos. ...
    8. Use an app.
    Dec 19, 2015

    How do you train harder than everyone else? ›

    5 Tricks to Train Harder & Achieve More
    1. Connect with your purpose.
    2. Focus time.
    3. Time your rest periods.
    4. Music.
    5. Have a partner push you.
    6. Conclusion.
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    How can I workout harder? ›

    20 Tips to Make Your Home Workouts Harder
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    2. #2 Add Sets. ...
    3. #3 Increase Range of Motion. ...
    4. #4 Use 1-½ Reps. ...
    5. #5 Increase Frequency. ...
    6. #6 Add Pauses. ...
    7. #7 Decrease Rest Between Sets. ...
    8. #8 Change Leverages.
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    When you train hard the fight is easy? ›

    “Train hard to fight easy”. The concept here – also known as “over-reaching” – is simple. Train at higher levels of intensity and in more demanding environments than you'll be facing when you compete or perform .

    How much training is too much? ›

    If you workout for 2 hours straight at a very high intensity, then do it again every day, you could very well be overtraining. For most people exercising roughly 45 minutes to an hour a day, 4 to 5 days per week is the sweet spot which will prevent overtraining regardless of how intense your workouts are.

    Should you go hard every workout? ›

    Indeed, moving your body every day is beneficial, but going hard in the gym every day is not — period. "Lifting heavy weights and/or going at max intensity seven days a week is not going to be healthy," says Wickham. Training too hard too often can actually interfere with your ability to continue making gains, he says.

    How do you know if you worked out too hard? ›

    Training-related signs of overtraining
    1. Unusual muscle soreness after a workout, which persists with continued training.
    2. Inability to train or compete at a previously manageable level.
    3. "Heavy" leg muscles, even at lower exercise intensities.
    4. Delays in recovery from training.
    5. Performance plateaus or declines.
    Aug 16, 2021

    What does it mean if you don't feel sore after a workout? ›

    So if you regularly exercise and find you aren't feeling as sore later in the day or even in the days after your workout, rest assured that your workout is still working – your muscles have just gotten better at dealing with the damage and recovering from it.

    How hard should you workout to gain muscle? ›

    The sweet spot with cardio to promote muscle growth has everything to do with the intensity, duration, and frequency. Scientists recommend exercising at an intensity of 70 to 80 percent heart rate reserve (HRR) with sessions that are 30 to 45 minutes in length, 4 to 5 days each week.

    How do I know if I am lifting enough weight? ›

    So, how can you tell how heavy is heavy enough? A good guideline is to lift heavy enough that the last 2-3 reps on each set feel challenging to complete but not so hard that you can't do them with proper form.

    What happens if you push yourself too hard during exercise? ›

    Pushing yourself past your limit during endurance training or performing excessive weightlifting may make you feel a sense of personal accomplishment. However, doing so can lead to a serious condition called rhabdomyolysis.

    Why is exercise so difficult? ›

    "Your body and brain need energy during a workout. If you're well-fueled, there's energy readily available in your blood stream. If you're not well-fueled, your body is going to need to tap into your energy stores, which takes time," says Lowry.

    How can you tell if a woman works out? ›

    You see them daily at the gym. But most of all, you're likely to see progress. If someone is consistent and working hard, they will lose weight or gain muscle.
    ...
    • They are wearing new or newish workout gear. ...
    • Usually they are drinking protein, pre work out or gatorade. ...
    • They are loud and going superheavy with jerky form.

    Why don't you feel good after working out? ›

    Intensity. Pushing yourself harder than you're ready for can result in a number of problems, including strains, sprains, and generally not feeling well. Skipping warmup and cooldown. Not properly beginning and ending your workouts may result in a sick or nauseous feeling.

    Should I workout harder if im not sore? ›

    DOMS usually occurs the day or two after a workout. “Your workout can still be effective if you're not sore afterward,” says Battle. “But in general, the next day, you want to feel like your muscles got worked.”

    How do you train really hard? ›

    Chrissie Wellington's top tips on how to find your motivation
    1. Set a goal Take an honest look at where you are now and plan how you're going to get from there to where you want to be. ...
    2. Get support towards your goal It's hard to do it alone and sometimes you need to lean on people.
    Jan 15, 2012

    Do bodybuilders train to failure? ›

    Failure doesn't ever sound like a good thing, but when it comes to weight training and bodybuilding, "train to failure" is often the goal. Many training programs use the term, which may also be called "lifting to failure" or AMRAP—"as many reps as possible." This training strategy has both benefits and drawbacks.

    How do you build strength? ›

    Examples of muscle-strengthening activities include:
    1. lifting weights.
    2. working with resistance bands.
    3. heavy gardening, such as digging and shovelling.
    4. climbing stairs.
    5. hill walking.
    6. cycling.
    7. dance.
    8. push-ups, sit-ups and squats.

    What happens when you start strength training? ›

    Strength training can help you manage or lose weight, and it can increase your metabolism to help you burn more calories. Enhance your quality of life. Strength training may enhance your quality of life and improve your ability to do everyday activities. Strength training can also protect your joints from injury.

    How much lifting is enough? ›

    The amount of weight you should lift depends on what your primary fitness goal is. If your goal is to build strength, then your weights should be heavy enough that you can only perform 4-6 repetitions per set. If your goal is to build muscular size, then you should only be able to perform 7-12 repetitions per set.

    How do you lift for strength? ›

    When you're weight training, do: Lift an appropriate amount of weight. Start with a weight you can lift comfortably 12 to 15 times. For most people, a single set of 12 to 15 repetitions with a weight that fatigues the muscles can build strength efficiently and can be as effective as three sets of the same exercise.

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