May 27, 2020
James Fisher PhD (james.fisher @ solent.ac.uk) is a Course Leader and Senior Lecturer for the School of Sport, Health, and Social Sciences at Southampton Solent University in the UK. He is regarded as one of the leading researchers in exercise science, and in particular, resistance training.
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In this week’s podcast, Dr. James Fisher talks about his scientific paper The Strength-Endurance Continuum Revisited: A Critical Commentary of the Recommendation of Different Loading Ranges for Different Muscular Adaptations which challenged the repetition-maximum continuum concept, explains Thomas DeLorme’s strength-endurance continuum, why heavy load isn’t the key to hypertrophy, and much more.
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