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How much does tensioned pause in the exercise increases in the effort?

To solve this and see the evolution between different trainings I created a per-machine effort index multiplying the series versus reps versus weight so I could see the change whenever each of these ...
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How much does tensioned pause in the exercise increases in the effort?

Your initial formula is just calculating training volume, many fitness apps do that automatically if you want. The pauses under tension you're doing sound like isometric training. It's a technique ...
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Barbell hitting neck when doing behind the neck over headpressing

The barbell should rest on your the base of your neck when you lower it, so that is not a problem. Perhaps you need to keep practicing until you can actually move the bar lower to your traps. If it's ...
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