Just tried natural glute ham raises for the first time and they seem like a great exercise. I hooked my feet under the footpad of a leg curl machine that has a kind of inverted v shape to it so a slightly greater range of motion than doing them to the floor but much shorter than a glute ham raise machine which my gym doesn't have. Couldn't do the lat pulldown machine variation cos the seat part is too narrow.
Anyway, my question relates to progression. I'm a bit worried about the controlling the push off phase - either maintaining the same force from session to session if I'm shooting for increased sets/reps or reducing the force if I'm keeping sets/reps constant and trying to vary load. The latter is more relevant to me in the short term as I'm thinking of doing a CW program that calls for 10 sets of low reps.
Any thoughts? Maybe I'm over analysing this?
Thanks for your help.....