“Not as many reps as possible” is greater than “as many reps as possible.” Compounded fatigue makes people worse, not better: https://news.ufl.edu/.../study-shows-why-exercise...
People scratch their heads when chronic over-exercisers die of heart attacks, get strokes, get cancer, or die of Covid: “I thought they were healthy…”. Well, some progressive exercise strategies do improve health. Too much is still too much. Too much of a “good thing” becomes damaging. Years of it reduces health. Some of the fittest physiques you’ve ever marveled at are dead broken underneath the surface. Stage-ready conditioning has cost people their lives.
Working steps is good. Continued progress is good. More isn’t always more. NAMRAP > AMRAP.
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