Training to Failure for Muscular Growth

Muscle tissue does not grow unless taxed 85 percent but beware, never work to 100 percent because maximum energy output will stop all muscular growth.

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#1 2011-08-11 01:07
How do I know when I have hit the right intensity if I do not go to failure
 
 
#2 Forzafurioso 2011-11-03 11:46
With time you'll learn when you reached the last rep before failure.
You can go to form failure which often occur (for most of us) before total failure.
 
 
#3 craiggg0 2012-03-02 21:03
If you're not going to failure why are burns used because as i understand it we do burns when we can no longer complete any more reps?
 

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