I was just wondering...
The more you work on a muscle over a time span does that repair quicker than when you first started training on it?
ceteris paribus, probably not.
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hmmm.........I don't know if it'll repair quicker, but it may not get as damaged post workout due to the muscles ability to adapt and be more efficient over time.
Last edited by Sleepr; 10-21-2004 at 06:44 PM.
name some triceps exercises would you?
You can hold a dumbell with both hands behind your head while in sitting and elbows flexed. Then extend at your elbows to bring the dumbell overhead.
one arm tri pushdowns,db kickbacks, one arm rope kickbacks with bench on cable, overhead entensions, lying cable extensions with bench theres so many you can do! dips alsoOriginally Posted by Hard Gainer
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close-grip bench press
kickbacks and extensions are a bit complicated and awkward for me, and I can't do dips, but those two above destroy my triceps every time.