The progression of Weight-Induced Resistance Exercise has been developed and improved over decades. The primary experts, which for the most support their own findings, are Dr. Darden, John Little, Fred Hahn and Pete Sisco.
My views and notes are strictly one of a student and applier of these protocols. Some crucial experiences and guidelines stated precisely . . . in no particular order.
10182001: Inroad a muscle and avoid overloading our system
10182002: Assure adequate inroad through muscle failure
10182003: Do not off-load, out-road, perform
10182004: Focus and apply the load on a muscle
10182005: Protect non-muscle tissues such as cartilage, tendons and joints
10182006: Near-zero and zero motion assures near-perfect to perfect measurement
10182007: Exhaust muscles not your body/system
10182008: Gains should occur every session
10182009: Plan your next session with an increased dose/prescription
10182010: Adjust your session with Volume, Recovery Time, Load and Exercise Selection
10182011: Avoid System Inflammation and CNS Trauma