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Constant resistance is a form of training where the resistance directed against the target muscle or muscle group does not vary through the range of athletic movement.

The lifting of free weights is an example of constant resistance.

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When following a weight lifting routine with constant resistance devices, the user experiences changes in leverage during the joint movement.

Variable resistance requires differing degrees of force to be applied to the target muscle to create constant resistance, compelling the muscle to work harder to meet the demands of the exercise.

Examples of training or weight lifting with constant resistance devices would be lifting a barbell, dumbbell, or using a cabled weight stack.

Weight training in this manner has some inherent disadvantages.

To achieve this aim, the muscle must be subjected to progressive overload, i.e.

forced to contract to overcome a resistance to which it is unaccustomed.