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Pre-Exhaust Training


Definition of Pre-Exhaust Training (PET)

A performance where an individual does an isolation movement or single-joint exercises until muscle fatigue then performs a compound movement or multi-joint exercise, usually heavier, that incorporates the same muscle.

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