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Resistance training usually involves working against the weight and inertia of the mass to be moved. But what would be the effects on the force-velocity profile if weight and inertia were isolated ?
In back squat, an excessive and repeated forward trunk lean can increase the risk of injury to the lower back. But what are the factors that influence this leaning ?
For lower limb extension velocity training, exercises with low loads or vertical jumps are generally recommended. And if other variants were better suited...
The plank exercise is one of the most popular for training the core. But what is the best position for optimal muscle recruitment? And does the scapular position have an influence on it?
There are several ways to do pull-ups. However, depending on the hands grip, muscle recruitment could be affected. What are the differences between pronated and supinated grips?
It only takes a quick look in the gym to see that some resistance-trained men do not hesitate to grab the bar by its ends for lat pull-down. But is it really useful? Are the lats better recruited?
Strengthening the abdominal muscles is generally advised to prevent or reduce lower back pain. Will an exercise on Swiss Ball allow you to exercise the abs as much as the "machine" variant?
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