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So help me understand the science behind this. It is recommended not to string poly at higher tensions because it can be hard on your arm (TE, shoulder, wrist, etc.). So string it at lower tensions, easy fix as long as the increased power is controllable. That makes sense to me. But conversely, I typically read that typically because of the high tension loss, poly will "go dead" and that is also bad for your arm. So many suggest cutting the strings after hitting with them for a specified number of hours. But isn't the tension loss (lower tension) a good thing for your arm? Or are they just two unrelated issues?