Watched "Swedish Power" from Magnus Samuelson yesterday. Nothing really new to learn from this but fun to watch. But there was one thing, that really suprised me. When benchpressing, Magnus said something like: " We are starting out with some light pump sets and work our way up to a heavy double." So he repped out a "light" weight by never going to lock out and going up and down pretty fast. I only knew this "technique" from Ronnie Coleman who does it on many exercises (BP, FS etc.). I always thought, that it is a bodybuilding technique (your muscle is under permanent tension) and has no value for strengthtraining. But M. Samuelson is a Strongman. His doubles and triples he did with a full lockout. So, any idead why he did this? And is it a good way to work out for non-Bodybuilders seeking for some specific hypertrophy?