Yes.Depending on the desired goal, super slow training has its benefits.In two research studies that have been conducted on super slow training, both demonstrated that super slow training can improve strength in sedentary individuals.From a practical application perspective, super slow training can be beneficial for beginners to resistance exercise because the loads necessary to follow the protocol are relatively light. This may help prevent exercisers from using more resistance than they are capable of handling and thereby avoid injury.
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