I have been using a gravity force trainer which uses your body weight for every exercise.I have made some gains but not much. How can I implement isometrics in my training routine; leg extensions, chest press, shoulder press, lat pull downs, tricep dips, and barbell curls? Is it simply a matter of holding a contraction for longer? I would be gratefull for some feed back thanks.
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