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Old 05-27-2012, 09:04 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
Were you able to analyze multiple lifts and watch for things such as deteriorating speed?

It would be interesting to perform single reps with 80, 85% and 90% and monitor speed deterioration to see about, on average, when and where things start to break down (slow down). Would like to plot reps and speed and watch to see how the graph shakes out.
Haven't played around enough to say, it might be hard to plot them continuously, mainly because it would include the eccentrics so plotting against displacement would get messy. Although if you plotted velocity against time I don't see why you wouldn't get a decent graph of rep velocity over time.

There's quite a lot to play around with anyway, it's a general physics program so it might take some time to get it working nicely for lifting.
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