I really enjoyed it too. Great information presented in a straight forward way! I love how the principles apply universally, regardless of what you're training for.
-A better body, with the same technique, will lift more weight. So pick the lifts that give you a better body!
-Poorly recruited muscles hold back Your lifts, so get better recruitment.
-Protein in the blood streams, before training, means more effective pumps.
-The either/or relationship between cortisol and test.
I can't wait to learn more about loaded stretching (like pauses under tension at the end?) to get better recruitment and activation.
Do you feel these loaded stretches at the end of the set are more effective than techniques like pauses before or during each rep? Or slowing down the negatives on each rep?