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% of compound vs. isolation lifting

The next step for you will be to try this out. Try going and alternating between compound and isolation lifting
I like to keep my reps between 4 to 6 on a heavy day and then between ten to 12 on a light day
I have always trained light and I've always stuck with isolation lifts. Proper form is most important though
i like going light one day and heavy the next. keeps my body guessing
As a beginner you should focus on compound exercises and get stronger. Strength is your measuring stick on how you're doing. Remember it's not only gym what matters, but also even more important factor is your diet. You can use isolation exercises too, but at this stage it's not that important for you. Isolation exercises are good to target lagging or weaker muscle, but really most of the time should be done after your heavy lifts.
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