November 2014

Some questions are currently unanswered. Please answer all questions before submitting your answers.

1. Maximum strength can only be obtained by training with heavy weights and with long rest periods between sets.

2. Power training utilising high velocity repetitions can be just as effective at developing strength and muscle size compared to heavier weights with slower repetitions.

3. Which vitamin has been shown to correlate with muscle strength:

4. Stretching before a workout as part of a warm up and between sets is a good idea as it can reduce muscle fatigue, allowing you to workout harder and therefore improve your long-term training adaptations:

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May 2018

Inside this issue:

  • Why you need to get big to get strong
  • The importance of achieving the right work/rest balance
  • Everything you need to know about magnesium
  • Focussing on your muscles may actually help them grow
  • 6 simple protein facts
  • A common deadlift mistake to avoid
  • And more!

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