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1

The speaker mentioned a study involving resistance training and ergonic aids that included 127 male bodybuilders.  Which of the following training routine did they all report they were doing?




2

What is the primary factor in which the human body builds muscle?




3

The speaker examined a study in which muscle protein synthesis was shown to remain elevated by 34% up to _________ hours post exercise in untrained individuals.




4

The speaker discussed a study in which trained individuals showed less elevated muscle protein synthesis post exercise, than those that were untrained.  Which of the following did he mention could be a potential reason for this?




5

Which of the following components limit how much volume can be incorporated into a single training session?




6

Since sample sizes in studies are often small, driving low statistical power, what is it called when one pools the results from all the studies on a single topic?




7

What did the speaker say was the biggest problem with the Norwegian frequency project?




8

Frequency per muscle group as a stand-alone variable was not shown to be a big factor in hypertrophy.  However, how many days per week were shown to have some potentially meaningful benefits?




9

The threshold for volume exists, but the exact number is relatively unknown.  Which of the following set scheme represents the highest data found about muscle protein synthesis levels and volume?




10

A __________ body routine has the potential for greater frequency per muscle group with fewer weekly sessions.




1

The speaker mentioned a study involving resistance training and ergonic aids that included 127 male bodybuilders.  Which of the following training routine did they all report they were doing?




2

What is the primary factor in which the human body builds muscle?




3

The speaker examined a study in which muscle protein synthesis was shown to remain elevated by 34% up to _________ hours post exercise in untrained individuals.




4

The speaker discussed a study in which trained individuals showed less elevated muscle protein synthesis post exercise, than those that were untrained.  Which of the following did he mention could be a potential reason for this?




5

Which of the following components limit how much volume can be incorporated into a single training session?




6

Since sample sizes in studies are often small, driving low statistical power, what is it called when one pools the results from all the studies on a single topic?




7

What did the speaker say was the biggest problem with the Norwegian frequency project?




8

Frequency per muscle group as a stand-alone variable was not shown to be a big factor in hypertrophy.  However, how many days per week were shown to have some potentially meaningful benefits?




9

The threshold for volume exists, but the exact number is relatively unknown.  Which of the following set scheme represents the highest data found about muscle protein synthesis levels and volume?




10

A __________ body routine has the potential for greater frequency per muscle group with fewer weekly sessions.




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