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Partial reps for shoulder stability and growth in weight training

As the aptly named study Progressive overload without progressing load? The effects of load or repetition progression on muscular adaptations shows, you can get nearly as good hypertrophy and max ...
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Partial reps for shoulder stability and growth in weight training

The shoulder joints and muscles are just naturally vulnerable and prone to injury when using a large range of motion and going very heavy, although some are more affected than others, it's the same ...
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Should I lock my knees doing Leg Press?

Every single joint that locks out was designed to do that by evolution. There’s simply no supporting research no scientific peer reviewed papers suggesting that locking out under normal training ...
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