If negative strength training’s so good, why’s it taken so long to catch on?
25 October 2018 Author: Peter Rana
Back in the 1970s, the father of High Intensity Training, Arthur Jones, set out to demonstrate that ‘negative work’ (eccentric contraction) is one of the most important factors involved in exercise performed for the purpose of increasing strength and muscle growth. His study, known as the Colorado Experiment, proved just that. The results were unprecedented. And still today, no one has ever produced results as dramatic.Read Article