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Hi, guys. In this sentence: "If that means barely moving through a full range of motion, or even missing the rep count altogether, that’s ok."
The bolded part implies moving with great effort, difficulty etc, but actually moving through a full range of motion.
The question is, can it also mean hardly moving at all, or moving through only a partial range of motion?
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Thanks for clarifying.
If it said "I barely managed to move through the whole range of motion" then I might be persuaded to think that the person successfully moved through the whole range of motion but found it incredibly difficult - they barely managed it but they managed it.
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