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    Just coz he had a legit injury doesnt mean he...

    Just coz he had a legit injury doesnt mean he didnt use oil & botch it. Its perfectly plausible to try & fill a gap that a tear may have made. But of course the fukctards here cant handle more than...
  • Biomechanical factors of leverage result in load...

    Biomechanical factors of leverage result in load fluctuations on the muscle (sticking points & lockouts).

    Different rep speeds result in further load fluctuations due to...
  • True, my main point in this discussion was that...

    True, my main point in this discussion was that the peak force using a 100% load will last longer than the 85% within a rep. That's why a 1 rep max (100% load) is slower than an 85% load which...
  • No, it was regarding the notion that 85% cant...

    No, it was regarding the notion that 85% cant reach the same absolute maximum force values as a 100% because it moves overall faster.
    My point was repping is not a continuous one speed motion,...
  • Yes you're right & that actually ties in well...

    Yes you're right & that actually ties in well with what I was saying about the 85% only reaching maximum force values for a small portion of each rep. While a 1 rep max may last that entire period...
  • I dont see how I 'left it out', its not part of...

    I dont see how I 'left it out', its not part of the issue we are discussing.
  • OK that's all fair enough but 85% still moves...

    OK that's all fair enough but 85% still moves faster than 100%, some people would say this violates the Force-Velocity curve.

    My point to all this is the Force-Velocity curve describes the...
  • An 85% of 1RM can be a 6-8 rep max depending on...

    An 85% of 1RM can be a 6-8 rep max depending on the person, you can do at least one deliberately slow rep with this.

    all pro - does 85% lifted as fast as possible reach force levels of a 1RM? As...
  • Do you think one can reach maximum possible force...

    Do you think one can reach maximum possible force production using 85% of 1RM?
  • Do you agree with Lou Simmons' tests (that all...

    Do you agree with Lou Simmons' tests (that all pro mentioned) where he found that the absolute maximum force production occurs when using loads 85% of 1RM or higher moved as fast as possible. In...
  • We are not talking about the same thing. I'm not...

    We are not talking about the same thing.
    I'm not arguing that using a lower weight can produce higher peak forces than using a higher weight.
    I'm saying that while using the same weight, faster...
  • Yes it appears to be power given that most likely...

    Yes it appears to be power given that most likely iV signifies currentxvoltage which is the electrical equivalent of power.






    Repping a weight faster does produce higher peak forces. ...
  • Wayne, I admire your enthusiasm but you are in...

    Wayne, I admire your enthusiasm but you are in over your head.
    First you have to learn what root-mean-square is, its clear you think it is some average, or total measure.
    It would interest you...
  • So I've heard from a relative that they've...

    So I've heard from a relative that they've exceeded the speed of light with this toy a few months ago.
    I'm surprised there hasn't been much on this in the news.
  • Thats right, a pro's main hormone levels are...

    Thats right, a pro's main hormone levels are whatever they inject, diet has no bearing. Unlike natty's, they should avoid fat especially saturated because their artificial hormone profile means...
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    You completely got that wrong. Weightlifters add...

    You completely got that wrong. Weightlifters add up all the reps to record their total tonnage or in other words total volume or workload. You have completely taken this out of context & used to it...
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    Wayne both with & without gravity you will have...

    Wayne both with & without gravity you will have accelerations & decelerations that match, looks like this is the point you are missing.

    The difference is with no gravity there is zero baseline...
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    No Wayne, there is no debate here. That's...

    No Wayne, there is no debate here. That's another personal preference some guys use a partial move which they feel works the target better, &/or when they carry that much muscle it is more efficient...
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    No a higher neg-to-pos transition will mean a...

    No a higher neg-to-pos transition will mean a lower pos-to-neg transition, that's what will cancel it out. So it may be 140,100,80,60,20 => average=80.

    Any tension you add by accelerating must be...
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    Yes both 2 scenarios do indeed have the same...

    Yes both 2 scenarios do indeed have the same average but the fast rep will more look like 100,90,80,70,60 so accelerate (>80) for roughly half the rep & decelerate (<80) for the other half.
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