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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

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    Dynamic bench

    I was reading an article about dynamic bench and people were doing three week waves, the first three would be regular dynamic bench work and the next three weeks after that was rep work, would this be helpful at all
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    What was the intention behind it? Try it and see, if that is what you are trying to achieve. Nobody can give you a definitive answer based solely on what you have said.
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    The article just was giving just different options so your body wouldn't become adapted as much to that type of training and I was just curious if that type of rotation would warrant and type of benefits or worth trying
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    Im not a fan of repetition work in place of DE work. DE stuff is just plain simple and can work very well with little modifications. Lower reps is the way to go to get speed/technique down. If you want RE work, just do it after the DE work. RE work is typically not done on squat, bench, or deadlifts, but instead on accessory moves. Check out the "repetition effort" thread, because a lot of the confusion on RE work is addressed there.

    But ya, I think most people do three week waves. The weight on the bar doesn't matter so much. Its just the speed and quality that matter the most. Lately, ive been doing 3 weeks straigh weight waved, and then 3 weeks with bands waved.

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    Ok thanks for the advice dan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bosshogg300 View Post
    The article just was giving just different options so your body wouldn't become adapted as much to that type of training and I was just curious if that type of rotation would warrant and type of benefits or worth trying
    There would be merit in using the RE work for a week or two to give your joints break.
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