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Old 05-28-2012, 06:30 AM   #7
David Meverden
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Re: Dynamic Efforts, and Accomodating resistance

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Originally Posted by Chris Mason View Post
If your speed is too slow the load is too heavy. Period. Lighten the bar load and then work your way back up via the waves over time.
But how slow is too slow? How does one tell?

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Another suggested rule of thumb is that your full Dynamic Set should take as long as a typical Max Effort Single. Not a deathly grinder, but a tough single 90% of 1RM or above. If the set takes you longer then that you are moving too slow. So next time you hit some heavy singles, have someone time you then compare to your DE set.
So the time to go down, up, down, up on DE day should be the same as the time to go down and then up on ME day?
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