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    Quick Question

    With regard to the “2 second positive, 3 second negative” concept, does the 2 second imply to the upward movement in lets say for argument sake, concentration curls and then 3 seconds down?

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    yes thats what it means

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    Thank you. Did triceps tonight and on that basis for the first time> Feels like I have been milking my lizzard for six days non stop!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by simonella
    With regard to the “2 second positive, 3 second negative” concept, does the 2 second imply to the upward movement in lets say for argument sake, concentration curls and then 3 seconds down?

    Thank you

    positive should be blasted up as fast as possible.

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    ehh not really, sometimes thats good. just because you want to bring it up in 2, not as fast as possible.

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    Only blast up the positive if you are going for power. A lot of power trainers and football players do this for quick burst of high energy and power.

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