Muscle Confusion Principle

Stoppani, Jim
November 2009
Joe Weider's Muscle & Fitness;Nov2009, Vol. 70 Issue 11, p44
The article discusses the significance of using Weider Muscle Confusion Principle during training. It outlines the definition and functions of Weider Muscle Confusion Principle and relates a study conducted by researchers at Arizona State University which determines that subjects who used the technique had increased their bench-press and leg-press strength by 100 percent more. It suggests the benefits of employing the technique during workouts by changing acute training variables.


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