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Variable Resistance Training
Variable resistance training is a technique that has you modify
your usual training poundage up or down according to your energy
levels on a particular workout day.
For example, if you come into the gym and you feel great and are
bursting with energy, don't just use your regular poundage, add
some more weight to the bar to really take advantage of when you
are "in the zone".
But if you come into the gym and feel a bit tired and not as
strong as usual, then use a little less then your regular poundage.
Think about it, you can't grow in you are overtraining and you also
can't grow if you undertraining.
Your body is not a machine; it goes though different cycles, and it
has it's ups and downs.
So, if you are tired or having a down day and you use your regular
poundage you will end up over training for that day.
And if you have a high energy and high strength day and use your
regular poundage you will be under training for that day.
Of course over time in order to progress you need to lift more weight
in good form, but using variable resistance training will help you to avoid
strength plateaus and you will see your strength go up faster then ever before.
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