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According to a recent study at Cal Poly Pomona, slow resistance training called SSRT showed 17% more strength gains from slow training compared to normal weight lifting training. The experimental group, who trained slowly, trained at 10: 0: 10 time intervals, that is, by lowering the weight in 10 seconds and lifting the weight again in 10 seconds without waiting at the lower point. The time distribution in the normal training group was 2: 0: 2. Of course, we are not saying change your entire training routine, but training with slow movements can provide more benefits than you think.

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