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Old 03-08-2013, 09:17 PM   #71
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I was wondering if weight is a factor of more efficient/less efficient TUT.. for example.. could a 1.5 second rep of 90%1RM be more efficient than 3 0.5 reps of 70%1RM? or are they both considered equal? My thought is that you would have more muscle recruitment with a higher intensity which would equate to "more efficient TUT" if there is such a thing.. Would like your thoughts. thanks
Truthfully, this is overthinking. None of this matters.

You should never be worrying about TUT about 80%. For sets under that it will fall into place naturally.
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