The article states this:
When lowering the weight, keep it under control. If you needed to stop and push the other way you could. Donít artificially extend the time youíre lowering it.
For the concentric portion, taking the bench press as an example, when the bar is at your chest, imagine trying to push it forcefully, like shoving someone away. It wonít actually move like youíve pushed someone off you, but as long as the intent is there donít worry. This will feel quite different if you donít already lift this way.
I want delve into that subject just a bit more, to see if what I'm doing is relevant or not...
I read somewhere on WBB a while back that there is a benefit to be realized by not pausing between repetitions. To simulate a pumping motion during the set. No rest at the top.
True? Or not something to worry about so much?