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Professor Butler Weight Training 14 May, 2007 Weight Training Questions 1. 1 repetition maximum is the maximum amount of weight one can lift in a single repetition for a given exercise. 2. For muscular strength you must lift greater percentage of your own weight with fewer reps than muscular endurance and you must rest for longer periods of time. 3. The recommended minimum training weight/load percent of 1rm to improve muscular size is between 80- 100% 4. The recommended minimum training weight/load percent of 1rm to improve muscular size without overly emphasizing strength gains is between 60-80% 5. The recommended amount of carbohydrates for someone who is lifting weight is 500 to 600 grams and the amount of proteins is 0.6 to 0.8 grams per pound of body weight. The suggested amount of fats is less than 30% of your total daily calories that are consumed in a day. 6. Women carry very low levels of testosterone, therefore, it is impossible for them to build massive muscles like men because they have a very small amount of this hormone.
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