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There are three mechanisms of hypertrophy: mechanical tension, metabolic stress, and muscle damage. If you neglect any one of them, you're leaving a lot of growth on the table. Mechanical tension equates to muscular force. There's a "sweet spot" shy of the 1RM where mechanical tension is at its highest. For optimal metabolic stress ("the pump"), maintain constant tension on the muscles by reversing directions just short of lockout or just before bottoming out.
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Whether you're living with chronic pain or just want to stretch and strengthen your back, here are yoga poses to try. While yoga isn't a good idea if you have severe pain, those with occasional soreness or chronic aches may greatly benefit from certain postures that can help lengthen your spine, stretch and strengthen your muscles, and return your back to its proper alignment. Yoga’s focus on balance and steadiness encourages your body to develop defences against the causes of back pain.
Bodyweight exercises are again becoming popular in the fitness world due to the practicality and simplicity of getting in shape using your body weight. They are the ideal choice for individuals who do not have access to equipment as they usually require none; when they do, common items found in the household are usually sufficient. …