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The power of simplicity adding a pause into our squats - how I hate them! Front squat 3 x 5 (with debatable 3s pause - most of them are 2s) Like many others, most of us try to take advantage during our squats and use their muscle "recoil"/elastic function to help drive their reps up and finish them. Adding pause reps forces you to challenge your own strength whereby much of the elastic energy created during the lowering of the squat, to disssipate as it'll completely break your lift/movement of any moment. No stored energy, no tricks, no bounce, just strength to push that floor away. You can either lift the weight or you can't, no technique tricks will help you. With your time under tension increased, itlll likely stimulate more muscle neurones/fibres thus facilitating muscle growth. However (after a little read), it's important to mentioned that isometric training isn't the "be all and end all" of training. It can be a great option to help improve performance but can only work if coupled with a well designed strength and conditioning programme. #frontsquat #pausefrontsquat #pausereps #romaleos3 #gymboxholborn #strengthandconditioning #strengthtraining #powertraining #topknotwanker #ivanko #weightlifting #barbellclub #stronger #itsnotcrossfit #keepitsimple #traininghard #injuryfree #technique

The power of simplicity adding a pause into our squats - how I hate them!

Front squat 3 x 5 (with debatable 3s pause - most of them are 2s)

Like many others, most of us try to take advantage during our squats and use their muscle "recoil"/elastic function to help drive their reps up and finish them. Adding pause reps forces you to challenge your own strength whereby much of the elastic energy created during the lowering of the squat, to disssipate as it
@az_teall | Aaron Teall

The power of simplicity adding a pause into our squats - how I hate them! Front squat 3 x 5 (with debatable 3s pause - most of them are 2s) Like many others, most of us try to take advantage during our squats and use their muscle "recoil"/elastic function to help drive their reps up and finish them. Adding pause reps forces you to challenge your own strength whereby much of the elastic energy created during the lowering of the squat, to disssipate as it'll completely break your lift/movement of any moment. No stored energy, no tricks, no bounce, just strength to push that floor away. You can either lift the weight or you can't, no technique tricks will help you. With your time under tension increased, itlll likely stimulate more muscle neurones/fibres thus facilitating muscle growth. However (after a little read), it's important to mentioned that isometric training isn't the "be all and end all" of training. It can be a great option to help improve performance but can only work if coupled with a well designed strength and conditioning programme. #frontsquat #pausefrontsquat #pausereps #romaleos3 #gymboxholborn #strengthandconditioning #strengthtraining #powertraining #topknotwanker #ivanko #weightlifting #barbellclub #stronger #itsnotcrossfit #keepitsimple #traininghard #injuryfree #technique

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All Comments: 6

tsaunds

The shoes 😍

buzza86

You and @stubbswarren7 need to learn how to count 👀💯😂😂

az_teall

@buzza86 I did say it was debatable. Who needs to longer than 2s any way!!!

gohard_hnf

Awesome :)

zac_grgurevic

This is sweet

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