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    Quote Originally Posted by bc123jm View Post
    i do,, 6 second negatives will kick your ass
    6 second hack squats or mtut leg press fucking love it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by tren2k14 View Post
    6 second hack squats or mtut leg press fucking love it!


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    oh those are fucking brutal . right there. all those guys that bounce 4 plates on the squat. i say cut that in half and lets see you go down on a 6 count. they usually only get a few reps before they get stuck in the hole lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Durro View Post
    I didn稚 realize I was doing it. I do negatives for chest, shoulders. Pull downs, arms a lot of squeezing. I知 seeing improvements I知 not going backwards. Sometimes during sets I値l go moderate motion then start doing negatives for a couple sets sometimes I値l do negatives for all sets. Like I said I just do it and not realize I知 doing it.


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    I do drop sets with negatives, super sets with negatives, regular sets with negatives;

    I sometimes do random pauses and just hold the weight static at a couple different positions within the rep.

    I'll do slow negatives, pause with the weight at the end of the negative, and then explode as fast as I can with the weight in the positive motion of the rep.

    I mix it up. I believe people don't focus on their negatives enough. I almost started a thread on this today lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by bc123jm View Post
    oh those are fucking brutal . right there. all those guys that bounce 4 plates on the squat. i say cut that in half and lets see you go down on a 6 count. they usually only get a few reps before they get stuck in the hole lol
    I usually do pause reps but not 6 sec

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    Quote Originally Posted by CompoundLifts31 View Post
    I do drop sets with negatives, super sets with negatives, regular sets with negatives;

    I sometimes do random pauses and just hold the weight static at a couple different positions within the rep.

    I'll do slow negatives, pause with the weight at the end of the negative, and then explode as fast as I can with the weight in the positive motion of the rep.

    I mix it up. I believe people don't focus on their negatives enough. I almost started a thread on this today lol

    Thanks @Durro


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    Sounds like your on it. The negative makes a huge difference, I usually try to explode on the positive too; fast positive, slow negative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REHH View Post
    Sounds like your on it. The negative makes a huge difference, I usually try to explode on the positive too; fast positive, slow negative.
    Thx man, you got to change it up. Rest Pause is great also!


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    I pay no mind I have to much other shit to focus on in my lifts.. There really isn't some little neat trick I employ in my lifts, just intensity and drop sets, IMO you're muscle don't know what the fuck weight is, it just knows tension and stimulation, I keep my rep range above ten, I don't count but I know I'm past ten by easily 3-4 reps, sets till failure..I don't do any slow movements, because it never done me any good or displayed greater growth..I just straight up fucking block out and ignore TUT and focus on controlled reps and mind to muscle contention..Just focus on rep range and whatever movements stimulate more growth for YOU, and TUT will follow and land where ever it is, but at the end of the day it won't matter either way, you'll make gains and grow if you if control your reps,mind to muscle connection and stay within a parameter with a set tempo (stimulation) .. just my 0.02

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    Great info in this thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fattynatty View Post
    Great info in this thread!
    Yeah

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    A few years ago i found this, and these guys turned me on to it. It took some time to incorporate it cause I kept going back to momentum during a set. Now i don't have to think about it, except on deadlifts (to busy concentrating on neutral spine with old back injury).

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