Are super-slow repetitions with weights better at building strength?
To develop maximal strength and overall body power, you need to lift heavy weights, plain and simple. Since super slow reps can only be done with lighter weights, it’s not the best way to build strength. Slow reps however can be beneficial in developing resistance to fatigue and it’s a great way to build discipline in maintaining proper form.
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