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entsminger

Virginia, USA

entsminger wrote:
Resultsbased wrote:
Super Slow redefined training to failure. It has been a failure for everyone unfortunate enough to have tried it.

== Scott==
Maybe I?m reading this wrong but it sounds like Super slow dug so deep an inroad ( I hate that term) that people were feeling dragged out and weak for too long a period after working out? Isn?t Dr . Dardens 30 30 30 and so forth supposed to be so good because the negative aspects really dig a deep inroad ?? So maybe if super slow dug so deep an inroad that they had a hard time recovering, maybe all they needed was to back off some so as not to over do it??


== Scott==
Oh my god, I just looked back to the beginning of this thread and I had posted almost exactly the same thing. I guess it?s time for the rubber room! Ha ha !
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The corollary of slow 'dynamic' reps is statics; which don't work that well for muscle size.

Mechanical trauma and metabolic work are the goals of weight training but unfortunately the central nervous system has to be involved.
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Jesse Lee Otis

entsminger wrote:
== Scott==
Oh my god, I just looked back to the beginning of this thread and I had posted almost exactly the same thing. I guess it?s time for the rubber room! Ha ha !

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Welcome to the rubber room. I have been in that room for years. :-)


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