Eric, Brian, and Nick have an in-depth discussion around purposefully altering range of motion to get bigger, stronger, and rehab an injury.
Is more range of motion always better? How can one use isometric contractions to increase a joint’s range of motion? What is neuromechanical matching? Do we need to get into the extreme end range of motion to get any benefit from training at longer muscle lengths? What strategies does Nick use to get injured powerlifters back on the platform? When and why might one modify their range of motion on the big three to enhance their performance?
The answers to these questions and many more are covered in this episode.
2:22- Is more range of motion always better? Does increasing range of motion guarantee a reduction in joint pain?
11:23- Modifying range of motion for powerlifting
23:25- Modifying range of motion for bodybuilding
39:18- Lengthened partials
1:06:19- Strategies Nick uses to get injured powerlifters back on the platform
1:16:03- Manipulating range of motion to enhance performance in powerlifting
Selected Links From This Episode
The Default Diet (Vault Course)- https://www.3dmjvault.com/courses/default-diet
Nick’s Website- https://www.strengthtogetheronline.com
Nick’s Instagram- @nicklicameli
Nick’s YouTube Channel- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAWFe5BmaJ_WFAh2aqsOg8g/featured
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