Studies on young adults find advantages in performing both kinds of resistance training movements.
Research shows there’s a time and place for both full and partial range of motion in resistance training program design.Some training systems purposely use partial ROM for various exercises. Moreover, certain surgeries and orthopedic injuries require partial-ROM movements during rehabilitation (Pinto et al. 2012). It seems natural for personal trainers to wonder which is superior: full ROM or partial ROM? ,/p> Two studies comparing the benefits of partial ROM and full ROM give a clearer view of the landscape.