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Any beginner or person who has not been exposed to resistance-based training will notice dramatic improvements in muscle strength with a well-balanced and regular exercise program incorporating the use of free weights, resistance-based machines or a combination of the two.
However, the question is, which is best, for whom, and under which circumstances?
Resistance-based exercise machines arrived in the 1950s and were claimed to be ‘all things to all men’, and free weights were set to become a thing of the past.
The primary objective of resistance-based training is to improve the structure and function of muscle.
As the dumbbells approach the top of the movement, leverage improves and the user doesn't have to work as hard.
Therefore, the user doesn't gain as much benefit during the 'easy' portion of the movement.
Weight training in this manner has some inherent disadvantages.
First of all, constant resistance weight lifting exercise does not correct for changes in the musculoskeletal leverage that occurs during an exercise movement.
Secondly, this method does not account for reduced effort that comes with fatigue.
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To achieve this aim, the muscle must be subjected to progressive overload, i.e.