I know what you’re saying but I’d actually argue the opposite. I feel that the topic has been beaten to death. And most of us are unanimous of the same opinion on it. However if what you’re saying is correct then that should be the focus. Don’t get too caught up in adding volume and all that extra noise. That will just limit potential and take away from what you can put into beating those PRs. Id says exercise execution included. Obv you still want a good Colorful Owl Fluff You You Fluffin Fluff Vintage Retro Shirt. Overly focused on max ROM for a leg press or something, no UMPH, etc.
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