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DREW BAYE 2 | Intense resistance…MOVE SLOWLY. STRICT CONTROL. HOLD WHERE HARD

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presents episode 788 | Drew Baye
Drew Baye High Intensity Training podcast

Goal of an exercise is to use the
resistance to safely & efficiently
CHALLENGE THE MUSCLE
-more effective when you slow down
-helps prevent making form mistakes

When performing an exercise…
-move slowly
-under strict control
-HOLD where more difficult
-avoid positions that are easy
[wasted movement because
not keeping tension on target]

Take your time; move slowly…
-don’t think about the dumbbells
-think about
-how you’re moving shoulders
-how you’re contracting muscles
At top: hard to hold it
-important that you DO HOLD IT
-avoid the bottom

Doing any intense resistance…
-the harder you train
-more muscles burn
-more tempting it is stop & rest
DON’T DO THAT

“If it is easy, avoid it”

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