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Old 09-16-2009, 09:27 PM   #1
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Default In Defence of High Rep Workouts (Aug 23, 2009 answer on

Traditional Bodybuilding dogma tells us that you need to stay within a certain rep range to build muscle. But everyone has a genetic ceiling in terms of “strength”. Muscle Fiber Recruitment also plays a key role in this discussion because skeletal muscle actions involve selective recruitment of muscle fiber types. Depending on the activity the Nervous [...]

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