How many repetitions does it take?

3 sets of 10 repetitions at 70% of 1RM (maximum capacity in one repetition)…do we wish that the “dosage” to make a change in the brain (learning) were more standardized? Fortunately or unfortunately, learning does not take a set # repetitions, time – and is rather stimulated to make a change under: Constraints (I am […]

Extroboxtion

Yes, my mind has gone neologistic again. Creating new words because: it doesn’t cost, doesn’t hurt, and makes people laugh. Why wouldn’t someone choose to do something that meets these criteria? “Extroboxtion”, to me, is a better word than innovation to describe thinking “outside the box”. I mean, why would “in”novation be the right term […]

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