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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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    I was wondering if anybody has tried or know someone who has done the rest-pause traing? If so what were the results? Good, ok , bad? Im thinking about do the rest-pause my self or trying the wannabe big routine. Any opinions on the rest-pause?

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    Rest-pause, if you have a training partner to do it with, is an awesome training technique. I have used it with fantastic results in the past.

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    so its good. coo. But you say i should do or need a training partner? Hmmm you think it will work if i dont have one? or should i just get one?

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    It would work for some exercises (like curls), but would be very awkward if not impossible for others (like bench press).

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    I use it for biceps, and a few others, but agree with chris on certain exercises its important you have a spotter..

    Unless of course you like getting crushed

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    Yea probably if i do decied to go with the rest-pause training i'll get a spot for some of the lifts. But every once in awhile i like to get crushed heheh j/k

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    Rest - Pause is very effective and I use it quite alot. I disagree with some of the guys here as it can be used on a hell of a lot of things.
    The method is simple do a set of say 8 reps on the bench and put the bar back. Rest for 10 secs then blast out another 2 reps. Repeat until you can't do a single rep. As Hulk says a spotter is imperative, but it is anyway when doing excersies like bencing etc.
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