December 14, 2019 HomeBlogFull Range of Motion ROM vs Partial Half Reps for increasing & building Strength, Power & Size? Full Range of Motion ROM vs Partial Half Reps for increasing & building Strength, Power & Size? By Herman Swinney Blog 3 Comments Tags:build muscle with partial reps, full range of motion, full range vs partial reps, full reps, full vs half reps, half reps, how to do a partial rep, how to do partial reps, how to use partial reps, lift partial reps, partial rep, partial rep for muscle strength, partial rep lifting, partial rep training, partial reps, partial reps for muscle mass, partial reps for muscle size, partial reps for size, partial reps for strength, partial reps to build muscle, partials Related Posts Efficient Nutrition Portion Control + COMPLETE GUIDE + 21 DAY PLANNER for Diet and Weight Loss We Put Fitness Trackers on Cows | Organic Valley Go4Life Month 2018 Fitness Demonstration About Author admin 3 Comments SV Tech I know inter- and intra muscular coordination is similar to the amount of muscle vibers activation but how is this relevant? What is the added value of this information? What does increase in muscular coordination mean when compared to your goals, weather they be hypertrophy/power- or strength training? April 3, 2016 Reply Pluto H very helpful. Thank you for approaching it from a scientific prospective. So many bodybuilding forums so often just have a bunch of psuedoscience and 'theories' going back and forth. It's nice to hear the actual science. I've been stuck doing pull ups for my whole life. I've never been able to do 2 consecutive pull ups but part of my problem was I was focusing on only doing full ROM. I'm going to take your advice and get a bit stronger on partial pull ups so I can progress. Thank you! December 19, 2016 Reply BodybuildingTim full range of motion on chest and shoulder exercises are horrible because it is very hard on the shoulders to let your elbows drop lower than the shoulder and will cause injuries! March 9, 2017 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.