Concentric tempo

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    Hey! I was reading that since motor unit recruitment doesn’t tell us the amount of force produced by each fiber which is why we don’t see a lot of muscle building with explosive movements like jumping but in strength training since we have slow movements there is more tension running through each fiber. My question is if all that is true then is it worth doing a slow concentric? Does it even matter or would it be less beneficial because we just tire out selves. I know acceleration is proportional to force so I would think the faster the concentric the more force. Please let me know your thoughts 🙂

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