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What is mechanical and physiological advantage?What is a prime mover muscle?
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Bodybuilding Workbook and Study Guide 12 | Unit 2 What is an assistant mover muscle?What is an antagonist muscle?What is a stabilizer muscle?What is the origin/insertion of a muscle?What is functional reversibility?What is a first-class lever?
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International Sports Sciences Association Basic Kinesiology and Biomechanics | What is a second-class lever?What is a third-class lever?Describe Newton’s first law of motion.Describe Newton’s second law of motion.Describe Newton’s third law of motion.What mathematical formula defines force? 13
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UNIT 3 BACK TO BASICS TOPICS COVERED IN THIS UNIT Get Big: Train Big Lifts Limit Strength The Squat The Overhead Press Chin-ups The Bench Press The Deadlift Bar Dips Hormonal Response to Heavy Core Lifts A Few Last Words
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International Sports Sciences Association Back to Basics | 15 UNIT 3 What type of movements must be at the core of your program to achieve maximal hypertrophy?Explain the three types of limit strength.Describe squats, some of their most useful variations, and why each variation is useful to the bodybuilder.Describe the overhead press and some of the most useful variations and why each variation is useful to the bodybuilder.
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Bodybuilding Workbook and Study Guide 16 | Unit 3 Describe the chin-up and some of the most useful variations and why each variation is useful to the bodybuilder.What are five strategies to increase the weight you can bench-press?Describe the bench press and some the most useful variations and why each variation is useful to the bodybuilder.Describe the deadlift and some of the most useful variations and why each variation is useful to the bodybuilder.
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International Sports Sciences Association Back to Basics | 17 Describe how to perform the bar dip and the benefits of this exercise.Explain the hormonal response to heavy core lifts.
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UNIT 4 TOP TEN EXERCISES TOPICS COVERED IN THIS UNIT Exercise Selection Top Ten Exercises for Legs Top Ten Exercises for Chest Top Ten Exercises for Arms Top Ten Exercises for the Back Top Ten Exercises for Shoulders Exercises for Abs, Calves, and Neck A Few Last Words
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International Sports Sciences Association Top Ten Exercises | 19 UNIT 4 What is mechanical tension, and why is it important to building muscle?What is metabolic stress, and why is it important to building muscle?What is muscle damage, and why is it important to building muscle?What are some guidelines in selecting the right exercises?
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Bodybuilding Workbook and Study Guide 20 | Unit 4
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