Thought process one rep

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    daniel
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    Hello Joe! Hi everyone else 🙂
    Can you take me through your thought process during one rep?
    I’m wondering if I should work explosively against the weight in the concentric phase with the target muscles without using momentum or rather not explosively and with everything I have.
    I’m looking for the right words. Is it the ability to transmit force against resistance?
    I just think I can do more than I show and I need to relearn what it feels like to work hard against a point of resistance and contract the muscle against the weight.
    I spent a little too much on overthinking in training.
    Hope everyone is doing well!

    #45544
    Joe
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    #45655
    daniel
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    Hello Joe!

     

    Thanks for the fast reply. I really appreciate it!

    This is a lot of valuable information for me that I will implement right away! Nice!

    I was still looking for an example to explain this even better. If you think of the hack quat. You might not push as hard as you can against the platform or contract the muscle as hard as you can against the platform, because you are losing a lot of strength by focusing on just squeezing the muscles. More in an isometric way of contration.
    That’s kind of what I meant.

    Thank you for your time!

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    Joe
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    Hello Joe!
     
    Thanks for the fast reply. I really appreciate it!
    This is a lot of valuable information for me that I will implement right away! Nice!
    I was still looking for an example to explain this even better. If you think of the hack quat. You might not push as hard as you can against the platform or contract the muscle as hard as you can against the platform, because you are losing a lot of strength by focusing on just squeezing the muscles. More in an isometric way of contration.
    That’s kind of what I meant.
    Thank you for your !

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    daniel
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    Thank you 🙂 you helped me a lot!

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