We consider Dynamic Training to be the step to evolve to once you are completing Static Training sessions with minimal DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness).
For Dynamic Training, lower the intensity to 50% of your static intensity as you will now be moving during the contraction phase and it is still very important to maintain high quality exercise.
For example: during the contraction (red) phase, perform 3 squats at a controlled pace until the contraction phase is over.
Here, we advise to start by doing 20% of the full programme to begin with. As you progress with dynamic training, we also suggest to only increase the % of programme you complete, or increase the in intensity, not both at the same time. We advise to try and increase by 10%, but it must suit the user.
In time, you will be able to perform the full amount of cycles on the programme with minimal DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness).
You can find the current range of dynamic Compex Approved training videos below: