Remember, each muscle has its own unique strength curve. A good exercise pits a muscle against resistance that varies in relation to the muscle's strength. This means that for you to perceive the resistance as constant, the resistance must vary to match your strength at all points throughout the range of motion.

Through an application of biomechanical principles, it's possible to design exercises that do not involve expensive equipment, but do provide the benefits of variable resistance. This leads to a higher Fatigue/Tension levet and faster growth!

  • An effective routine must be structured to maximize the Fatigue/Tension level. It will involve heavy poundages and a pace and organization that ensure a stair-step effect. Also, it will include exercises adjusted to provide resistance closely matched to each muscle . group's strength curve.

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