|Training Intensity Principles: Intensity
Generally speaking, intensity of training effort falls into the
following categories listed and described below:
(1) Positive or concentric full - rep
(2) Positive or concentric full - and
partial - rep momentary failure.
(3) Positive or concentric full - rep
momentary failure plus additional negative or eccentric - only
These are listed in order of increasing intensity or stress. As
intensity levels increase, the ability for the body to recover is
more difficult; therefore you may require additional recovery days
if you are employing intensity principles into your training.
However, these extra days will be well worth the extra mass you
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