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Strength Endurance Continuum The strength endurance continuum shows that strength and endurance are at opposing ends of a spectrum. Focusing on one end of the spectrum (for example strength) sacrifices the other (endurance). People tend to view this scale as being a trade-off between strength and size, but as you'll see in a bit, this isn't entirely ...


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A research paper entitled Resistance exercise load does not determine training-mediated hypertrophic gains in young men written in 2012 showed that a weight as low as 30% of 1RM can contribute to muscle growth, as long as you work to failure, which is around +30 reps and for >2 sets: There was no correlation between phosphorylation of any signaling ...


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I've seen lots of answers for questions like these that say, "good for warmups or small muscles, but not good for gaining mass in larger muscles." Ha ha, dude, get some real weights. It sounds to me like these answers assume that you're using one skimpy band, like the kind they use for physical therapy. Yes, for those single bands, the resistance is ...



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