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- Jan 15, 2011
You have no idea what you're talking about.
●Strength is gained in the range it is trained●
doug mate I think tenny have had too many american beers today. he is mixing threads up with few injury related threads lately.You have no idea what you are talking about.
Haha! It's only 1:40 pm here in Florida! I'm not drinking until tonight, Toby Keith is putting on a concert here where I now live. Gonna walk over and listen, I don't have a ticket, but it's outdoors, on a driving range actually.doug mate I think tenny have had too many american beers today. he is mixing threads up with few injury related threads lately.
he even remixed Newtons gravitational law in there somehow. babahahha tenny is killin it. tenny put the bottle down lol
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big dog i do them..Wow. I've never done negatives before but I think I will now.
I have explained in my posts "why" ecentric training can bring injury if you wish to check it and the ways to minimise risk associated with it.Not to start an argument, but can u explain that.
I really wanna know.
A couple problems with this. First, it is a tiny sample group, 12 people, so the margin of error is huge. This is more like a science fair project than a scientific study. Second, the study doesn't say anything about "negatives." In fact, they didn't even do any negatives. They only changed the tempo of the eccentric contraction to 3 seconds. So, the conclusion is essentially that increased time under tension of the eccentric contraction creates more hypertrophy. We know that already. It's called time under tension. And that actually has been studied scientifically.