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How Accentuated Eccentric Loading Leads to Greater Strength Gains
Paying more attention to your muscles during the eccentric phase of any exercise is a good way to essentially access untapped strength.
Use Eccentric Movements to Build Strength and Improve Flexibility
Learn how to use eccentrics to help you build muscle and achieve your goals.
Be a Debbie Downer: Using Negatives in the Bench Press
A new study shows eccentric-only training might be the key to hitting your biggest numbers.
3 Ways to Prevent Post-Exercise Soreness
What if we told you there are three easy ways to get equal (or better) results from your workout, with less pain afterward?
Andy Galpin & James Bagley
Use Eccentric Training to Improve Max Lifts, Says New Study
The eccentric portion of your lifts might be underloaded and holding you back.
The Secret to Success Is the Numbers
Anyone interested in performance is interested in numbers. But here are some you might not be aware of - both in terms of your training and your gym business.
Becca Borawski Jenkins
6 Powerful Benefits of Eccentric Training
You need to strengthen your body, not just your muscles. Eccentrics are a great way to do this.
To Deadlift From the Floor or Not To?
I recently worked with a client who improved his deadlift by starting with the eccentric portion of the lift. A recent study supports this practice as well.
The Expression of Strength, Part 1 – Absolute Strength
Absolute strength can be subdivided into concentric, eccentric, and static strength. But just what are these different expressions of strength?
Combining Eccentric and Over-Speed Training Increases Strength, Power, and Speed
Scientists recently took a look at traditional resistance training versus eccentric training and over-speed exercises. They combined them in different ways until they found the best results.
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