Sensation within training

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    Jake Clark
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    Hi coaches, I’m currently struggling with my top sets that are 6-10 reps to take to what it feels like to muscular failure, my form looks the same in my warm ups and back off as they do in the top set. I’ve heard Jordan peters mention before that sensation should not be a vocal point of training but I can’t help but feel I’m wasting a working set when it doesn’t feel the same as the back off when both taken to complete failure. Was hoping you’d be able to provide some information on this for mental clarity or anything to change. Thank you

    #180913
    Jake Clark
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    To add where do you cross the line between possibly too controlled and slow eccentrics but to the extent of where you will struggle to load weight just to feel that optimal sensation that is provided on a higher rep set but not on a top set. Any input on this would be great aswell, sorry for the long one and thank you 🙏🏼

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    Jake Clark
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    Sorry forgot to add that this is only within multiple joint movements

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    Jake Clark
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    Just following up

    #182898
    Tom
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    To add where do you cross the line between possibly too controlled and slow eccentrics but to the extent of where you will struggle to load weight just to feel that optimal sensation that is provided on a higher rep set but not on a top set. Any input on this would be great aswell, sorry for the long one and thank you 🙏🏼

    I’m with you on this buddy, as my back off sets just feel more like a feeder set, I always aim to get to my working set after about 3-4 feeder sets and my working sets I always get to my rep range that I aim to get to if that makes sense. I always focus on form and slow movements

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