Why Time Under Tension is so Critical for Muscle Growth
The TUT (time under tension) method refers to how long the muscle is under tension, i.e. contracts while resisting weight during each set. In other words, it’s a way of calculating the total amount of work you place on a muscle. Since the key factors in muscle growth are the duration of the stimulus and the amount of tension, it’s generally accepted that maximizing muscle growth requires training with sets that last in the range of 30 to 60 seconds. Muscles put under longer bouts of strain will experience a more extensive breakdown, resulting in increased growth. That being said, the method...
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