Ability to predict repetitions to momentary failure is not perfectly accurate, though improves with resistance training experience

James Steele, Andreas Endres, James Fisher, Paulo Gentil, Jürgen Giessing

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Ability to predict repetitions to momentary failure is not perfectly accurate, though improves with resistance training experience. / Steele, James; Endres, Andreas; Fisher, James; Gentil, Paulo; Giessing, Jürgen.

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