Variable resistance training is a form of weight training performed with a weight and pulley arrangement whereby the resistance varies as the muscle contracts. The lat pull down and the triceps pull down are examples of variable resistance exercises. The aim of variable RT is to extend and contract the muscle through its whole range of motion and can lead to significant strength gains.

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