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Regeneration: Always the same?

For many, the term “regeneration” sounds like a wellness holiday and diminishing bite. Often only one thing is understood by it: The time between two training sessions. But what is regeneration all about? And is regeneration really always the same? Or does it make a difference how you trained before? First of all: No, regeneration is not always the same.…

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The deltoid: Small muscle, big role

The shoulder is the most flexible joint in the human body. The overlying shoulder muscle (deltoid muscle, musculus deltoideus) is named after the Greek capital letter Delta, which looks like a triangle. This is the shape of the deltoid muscle as shoulder muscle, and it is involved in various movements of the upper arms in relation to the torso. The…

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Number of repetitions and regeneration, part 2

Are there any recommendations as to the number of repetitions within the sets of an exercise with which one should train in order to promote regeneration? What are the effects of a few high-intensity repetitions and what on the other hand are the effects of many low-intensity repetitions? The answer is already given here: The point is to combine both…

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My diploma thesis – and my conclusions from it

How scientifically one should approach the topic of muscle building – and at what point one simply lets science be science. Regeneration-based build-up training: All very academic? Last year I was very much involved with the topic of regeneration and supercompensation. The reason for this? My diploma thesis with the title “Optimization of muscle building under consideration of regeneration and…

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Number of repetitions and regeneration

Are there any recommendations as to the number of repetitions within the sets of an exercise with which one should train in order to promote regeneration? What are the effects of a few high-intensity repetitions and what on the other hand are the effects of many low-intensity repetitions? The answer is already given here: The point is to combine both…

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