Empowered Boost Yes, muscles grow at this rate of exercise, but growth rates are highly dependent on the individual characteristics of the athletes. It would be logical to assume that this pace is the shortest path to muscle growth. After all, the duration of the negative phase, which is responsible specifically for the growth of muscle volume and weight, has been increased. However, muscle work in the negative phase, even with very slow exercise, consumes a very small amount of energy. And therefore, the internal energy system does not receive extreme stress, which, in turn, does not trigger adaptive reactions of the body. The source of energy - glycogen is not deposited in the liver and muscles, the body in this case does not adapt to increased stress. Thus, the pace of if applied to all exercises, can easily cause overtraining. Another fact is that the anabolic effect of the negative phase is very limited. In this mode of operation, muscle cells are actively destroyed. Protein molecules after this, go to the places of destruction and begin to repair damaged areas. Muscle cells recover and become larger, and thus their growth occurs. However, an increase in strength indicators is observed only in the positive phase of movement. The weight you lift at a pace of  will remain virtually unchanged and you simply cannot increase it. Yes, the mass of muscles and their volume will grow much faster, but this growth will soon stop, because the volume of a muscle is directly proportional to its strength! From here a conclusion: the technique will be effective only for a short time, after which it will be necessary to change the pace to a more powerful one.

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