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Thursday, August 15, 2013

How To Use Tempo in Your Training Program

Using Tempo as a Training Variable

Based on current training models, a set 1-3 is associated with training for power, a set of 3-5 is associated with training for strength, sets of 6-8 hypertrophy, and anything greater than that you are training for muscular endurance. Now let’s call an apple an orange, and would it be possible for a set of 6 to actually illicit 3 separate training effects? In other words, is it possible that a set 6 reps can 3 seperate training effects? The answer is yes. Let’s welcome the training variable TEMPO to the conversation.1366731457858.jpg

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