Dan, <div></div><div id="QUOTEHEAD">QUOTE</div><div id="QUOTE">we also should be causing a significant recruitment and therefore training of Type II fibers by always trying to lift the concentric portion as fast as possible.</div> I've seen this idea at T-nation a lot. Is it inferred from research? Thanks for getting back to me on the sarcoplasmic stuff. I read the study you mentioned on your site. It looks like there is still work to be done. My roomate (getting her masters in counseling) and I had a talk not to long ago about how so many studies are inadequately devised. Perhaps the money or the means are not always available, but there are moments when I really want to sit some of these guys down and give them a good talking to. "Look buddy, I need to get huge. And soon. You've got the credentials, you've got the clout. I haul the weight, you haul the line, got it?" No more studies on 3 sets vs 1 fellahs. And not another word on creatine. You want tenure? Do something original. "In other news today, a throng of angry bodybuilders stormed the physiology department of a local university..."