The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 14
Posted By: nathan rose
In Response To: superslow (Don (O-))
My name is Nathan (type O) and have looked into superslow and tried it for a while. Unfortunatly I was on a strict vegan diet and the the exercise protocol did not stimulate me enough. I just discovered about my exercise type and realized that it was not intensive and long enough for me to gain strength. i actually lost strength, I think I was performing the reps too slow. It is a far better method than most trainees adopt with their cadence but for me it was too brief. I have since defied supperslow philosophy slightly and gone to a more instinctive approach, and I am getting more satisfaction. I still train brief, hard, focusing on compound movements at a slow and controlled speed, but I am not getting too concerned about exact rep speed or time under tension, etc. I don't know if this type of quick workout is for type O's, I have since added a little more volume and now vary my exercise choice, rep number, an extra set, rest pause, etc. I would like to hear from other people who have tried superslow. It may have been more productive for me on my type O diet.
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Don (O-) -- Tuesday, 15 August 2000, at 9:06 p.m.
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