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Old 08-18-2012, 09:12 AM   #13
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PAP is basically heavy lifting to engage the CNS prior to explosive training.

It's starting to be used in sports training. In 100m track training for example, sprinters would do heavy squats before attempting a 100m PR.
That's how I read it too.

I don't know if this counts as PAP, but a lot of lifters are familiar with the enhanced performance on their back-off sets. Quite often, I've hit rep PBs after I've done a very heavy single, especially on deadlifts
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