Effects Of Intense Weight Training On Central Nervous System

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  1. Blackjack Black Belt

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    There are lots of articles and videos on he internet regarding this so could some of you more know,edge able people on the subject give me some links to some of the better videos or articles on this subject? Also, around when did this start becoming a major subject regarding weight training? I ask because I worked out with weights in the 80s and early 90s and nobody ever mentioned this phenomenon. Thank you.
     
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  2. Eli1015 Blue Belt

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    Not an expert lifter. All I know is. The CNS is primarily responsible for your strength output. Not the muscles. Muscles are an effect of lifting moderate weights for higher rep ranges 8-12 and eating more calories. Strength is more of low rep range but with heavy weight. Lifting heavy for low rep will strengthen your CNS.
     
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    To an extent, especially for beginners. In well-trained athletes, your muscle size will be the determinant for strength gains.
     
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