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2) Q. When you design a muscle-building program, what is the most important component?

A. That’s easy ... safety. Whether I am working with a woman during pregnancy or an injured athlete, a frail nursing home resident or an injured worker, a person trying to gain twenty pounds of muscle or an individual trying to lose twenty pounds of fat ... safety is always my first consideration. Interestingly, focusing on safety does not limit results.
In fact, the opposite is true. Safety and the physiological laws that govern the muscle-building process operate in complete harmony – lifting and lowering the resistance in a slow, controlled manner, maintaining sound biomechanical patterns of movement and postural support, and aligning effort with the principles of stimulus, recovery, and growth actually increases the probability of success.

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