Resistance workouts are known as a set of activities that utilizes resistance exercises to strengthen and build muscle. When an individual exhibits a resistance exercise the fibers that become developed in the muscle begin to break down and then will begin to repair itself days later. This is one of the major reasons why it is very important and beneficial to included recovery. Some resistance training exercises are body weight squats, dumbbell rows, pushups, split squats, hip thrusts, bicep curls, bench press, dumbbell goblet squat, shoulder press, and chin ups. In the course of a concentric contraction muscles will begin to compress because in the time of the contraction that muscle will devise pressure that is larger than the weight. An eccentric muscular contraction is during the time span of the muscle becoming longer when contracting by cause of the muscle generating a stress that is not as great as the force. During an isometric contraction the muscle develops a stress and force but the length does not transform. For example, in the course of doing a pushup, the lowered phase is when you will exert an eccentric muscular contraction but while in the upward phase the muscles will compress concentrically. When having the body in a pushup form your muscles that are located in the abdomen, quadriceps, and erector spinae will produce an isometric contraction. The muscle is strongest in the eccentric phase for the reason that at the same time of an eccentric contraction the individual is lessening the resistance or pressure rather than lifting it, therefore, it feels a little easier due to your muscles being the strongest at this state. Learning more about resistance workouts and the different phases will help me in my future training endeavors because it has shown me how much actually happens in the body while exercising, and being more knowledgeable can help me create effective workouts.