Muscle failure during set

Greetings to all members of this subreddit. Yesterday I did a hammer exercise for biceps 4 sets of 15 reps each, last set of 10 reps due to a gradual increase in weight. During the first series, I experienced the muscle failure, i threw out five times, i could not raise the sixth even half rep. I tried with the lightest weights again I failed to knock out. Does that mean I’m weak or something is wrong with me? I have been training for two months now, I feel a big difference in my psyche and strength, although there are no visible changes, mabye i am wider in arms a little bit. I train each group of muscles once a week, that’s what I’ve been given for now. Four days with three days of rest. I hope that moderators won’t remove this topic, because i’m not using reddit very often.
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Greetings to all members of this subreddit.

Yesterday I did a hammer exercise for biceps 4 sets of 15 reps each, last set of 10 reps due to a gradual increase in weight.

During the first series, I experienced the muscle failure, i threw out five times, i could not raise the sixth even half rep.

I tried with the lightest weights again I failed to knock out.

Does that mean I’m weak or something is wrong with me?

I have been training for two months now, I feel a big difference in my psyche and strength, although there are no visible changes, mabye i am wider in arms a little bit.

I train each group of muscles once a week, that’s what I’ve been given for now. Four days with three days of rest.

I hope that moderators won’t remove this topic, because i’m not using reddit very often.

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