The human body is designed to move. A large percentage of the health issues and physical dysfunction human beings face is simply do to a lack of movement. Sure the average person can claim that they walk, maybe climb stairs, maybe exercise to some degree, but when you compare that to the amount of movement

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Time-under-tension factors in the tempo of one repetition multiplied by the number of repetitions. For example, a tempo of 2010 represents three seconds per repetition multiplied by eight repetitions in a set, which results in a time-under-tension of 24 seconds. As with repetition ranges, there are general time-under-tension ranges that have impacts on particular physiological

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A repetition is the completion of the movement of an exercise including all four phases, concentric, eccentric, and the transition phases between the concentric and eccentric portion of a movement. As with sets, the number of repetitions selected for an exercise has a major effect of the physiological adaptation and response to the exercise, potentially

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Depending on a particular goal of an individual or the time available to exercise pairings is almost always a beneficial variable to include in a training program. A pairing represents the order in which the exercises are completed. It is possible to perform all of the sets of an exercise one after another with the

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