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06-05-2013, 02:57 PM
Join Date: Jan 2004
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i did not say anything of the sort. I said you are training the motor units that are least adaptable. and you have to train them at the highest rate...a method that is far from efficient but I digress your understanding of the principles and concepts of strength training theory is lost on the accord of your own ignorance.
Really? You said:
Also the training options you suggest while they may increase the intensity do not necessarily overload the muscle.
You are not training for strength or hypertrophy
at that point, you are training for endurance. The type 1 fibers you are training will not be as useful.
This was in response to me discussing body manipulation and time under tension (which is exactly the type of training that gymnasts use).
More dirt in your grave boss...
Done making things up yet?
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