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    Would incorporating drop sets in order to increase TUT be as good or better than using lighter weights with a slower rep speed ? Thanks for the replies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Warrior
    Would incorporating drop sets in order to increase TUT be as good or better than using lighter weights with a slower rep speed ? Thanks for the replies.

    When I do drop sets, I do them to go past failure. IMO, this wouldnt be the same as slowing rep speed, but try it and tell us how it goes.
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    I actually use both approaches. Why choose just one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jminis
    I actually use both approaches. Why choose just one?

    Exactly....always keep it mixed up. These are both good methods which will yield different results. For conditioning, you could even do drop set TUT....that will really get the ol heart pumping. Sometimes I'll sub this type of workout while cutting when cardio time is limited.
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    Good points Jminis & SJA, I'll combine them, it's just that I sometimes can't stand the SLOW rep speed, I use a more controlled rhythm but **** it, why not experiment huh ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Warrior
    Good points Jminis & SJA, I'll combine them, it's just that I sometimes can't stand the SLOW rep speed, I use a more controlled rhythm but **** it, why not experiment huh ?
    Exactly, keep it fresh and interesting. It will lead to better gains in the long run. Sometimes we tend to make bodybuilding a lot harder then it needs to be, (this happens when we think) LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by jminis
    Exactly, keep it fresh and interesting. It will lead to better gains in the long run. Sometimes we tend to make bodybuilding a lot harder then it needs to be, (this happens when we think) LOL
    when I think I just wonder why i make it so difficult...i mean who says a reeses bar can't build muscle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarryOnTheChaos
    when I think I just wonder why i make it so difficult...i mean who says a reeses bar can't build muscle?

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