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Old Sun, Apr-11-10, 13:41
dan_rose dan_rose is offline
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Default Max Pyramid - Interesting new weights method

http://www.bodybyscience.net/home.html/?p=824

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A Max Pyramid set on the Leg Press, then, might look something like this:
1st contraction: 80 lbs x 20 seconds
2nd contraction: 90 lbs x 20 seconds
3rd contraction: 100 lbs x 20 seconds
4th contraction: 110 lbs x 20 seconds
5th contraction: 100 lbs x 20 seconds
6th contraction: 90 lbs x 20 seconds
7th contraction: 80 lbs x 20 seconds

The above apply to holding the weight static at max moment e.g. with the elbow/leg at 90 degrees.
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Old Mon, Apr-12-10, 05:54
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Isometrics can work. They formed the core of the Charles Atlas muscle building system that they used to sell in comic book ads.
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Old Mon, Apr-19-10, 15:01
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This is not isometrics.It's static contractions.Yes,the two are different.
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