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" THE 4-SECOND NEGATIVE " by @petertzemis --
Try this to improve the quality of your workout or bounce back from an injury.
We often become myopic when it comes to the idea of progressive overload assuming that it always means putting more weight on the bar each week. Adding load has an important place in legitimate Training, but if your biomechanics are shaky, that heavier load will do more to wreck your joints than to make you bigger or stronger. --
Sometimes, improved quality simply translates to slowing things down and Just exerting better command over the loads you're lifting. If you typically use the "easiest" lifting speed in your constant attempts to add more weight to the bar, you really don't have much margin for continued improvements... --
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