After developing enough strength when you perform high intensity exercises more easily, wisely change the angle of the exercises to see if it exerts more stress or tension on muscles. Besides changing the angle of the exercises, you can also vary your grip to make your exercises more effective than before.
Exerting extra stress or tension on your muscles after developing sufficient strength maximizes your progress. Intelligently experimenting develops confidence and speeds up your progress.
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