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If You Want To Build Big Muscles
Slow repetitions are, in my opinion, only tool that can be used from time to time, but it should not be a prerequisite training for growth.
If you want to build big muscles, so grab a lot of weight and move with it, while maintaining the proper and safe techniques.
It goes without saying that if you have properly loaded, so not a big factor inertia, since the muscle charged will be so large scales, the inertia does not get space to express themselves.
Physiologically get muscle under the greatest rush when you try to move the largest weights slowly rather than quickly.
One way to determine if you power is to get a feel for explosive reps.
If you come to the gym and do not repeat your status - cannot explode with the weight in the first few batches of exercise (after warming up), so you are in a state of overtraining and you should immediately get out of the gym.
On the other hand, if your reps have the condition and are explosive, you are feeling strong, so it is clear that you are not overtraining and continue training.
Training frequency counts
Another factor which depends on sufficient regeneration is training frequency.
The large majority believe that you should train individual muscles every five to eight days.
If you train a muscle more often, so I believe that and will not grow. On the other hand, if you wait longer than eight days, and also will not grow
In this case, but not overtraining, but untrained often enough.
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