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The **DAPRE Progression for Endurance** calculator computes the amount of weight you should lift for a given set based on the target weight.

**INSTRUCTIONS:** Choose units and enter the following:

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**TW**) Target Weight to lift.

**DAPRE Progression for Endurance: ** The calculator returns the first three sets with the appropriate reps and weight.

**To calculate the adjusted target weight for set 4 see the DAPRE Progression for Endurance: Set 4 New Target Weight calculator**

The Daily Adjustable Progressive Resistive Exercise (DAPRE) Method is used to step up exercise resistance in standard increments based on a percentage of the target weight. You start with a certain target weight, lets say 25 pounds. Then you would perform 4 sets using the rules in the table below:

Set | Repetitions | % of target Weight |
---|---|---|

1 | 15 | 50% |

2 | 12 | 75% |

3 | Max | 100% |

4 | Max | See Table 2 |

Reps Performed | 4th set Weight | Next session target weight |
---|---|---|

< 12 | Decrease 5-10 lbs | No Change |

12-15 | No Change | No Change |

> 15 | Increase 5-10 lbs | Increase 5-10 lbs |

**See Also**

- DAPRE Progression for Endurance: Set 4 New Target Weight
- DAPRE Progression for Strength
- DAPRE Progression for Strength: Set 4 New Target Weight

**References:**

https://sites.google.com/site/rehabhandbook/dapre

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