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Fitness Myths with Dr. Mike: Partial Range of Motion


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Dr. Mike Israetel discusses that why, despite ‘bro-science’ proponents, it is truly better to train with a a full ROM for muscle growth and strength than cutting short ROM for higher weights or even in the effort to chase the pump.

Important points include:

-Motor Unit Recruitment

-Strength Through the Full ROM

-Strength + Tension = Growth

-More Distance = More Volume

-Less Weight, Same Growth = Safer, More Sustainable

-Easier to Track Progress

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