What are stressors what is high frequency fatigue

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What are stressors? What is high-frequency fatigue? What is low-frequency fatigue? What is long-term fatigue? How does caloric intake relate to recovery?
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Bodybuilding Workbook and Study Guide 56 | Unit 14 Explain the importance of intra-workout nutrients. Explain the importance of post-workout nutrients. What is a bodybuilding deload? What is active recovery? Why was the Weider system invented? List the principles to plan your training cycle.
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International Sports Sciences Association Recovery | 57 List the principles to help you arrange your workout. List the principles to help you perform each exercise. What are some bodybuilding deload take-home points? What legal supplements can help you recover?
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Bodybuilding Workbook and Study Guide 58 | Unit 14 Why is sleep important? Describe some modalities to further expedite recovery? What is the most important factor in adequate recovery?
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UNIT 15 INJURIES IN BODYBUILDING By Joe Giandonato, MS TOPICS COVERED IN THIS UNIT Exercise Load Progression Repetition Progression Volume Progression Density Progression Exercise Progression Injuries Areas of Concern Injury Prevention A Few Last Words
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Bodybuilding Workbook and Study Guide 60 | Unit 15 UNIT 15 Explain load progression. Explain repetition progression. Explain volume progression. Explain density progression.
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International Sports Sciences Association Injuries in Bodybuilding | 61 Name three conditions that adversely affect bone health. Why does poor program design and performing exercises with poor form lead to an increased risk of injury to joints? What is the difference between an acute muscle injury and an overuse muscle injury? Lower back injuries: Why are bodybuilders susceptible, and what are the consequences?
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Bodybuilding Workbook and Study Guide 62 | Unit 15 Knee injuries: Why are bodybuilders susceptible, and what are the consequences? Elbow injuries: Why are bodybuilders susceptible, and what are the consequences? Shoulder injuries: Why are bodybuilders susceptible, and what are the consequences? List the 13 tips to prevent injury.
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UNIT 16 BODYBUILDING SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY TOPICS COVERED IN THIS UNIT Are You Obsessively Assessing? What To Do First? Interplay Between Mobility and Stability Proximal Stability Creates Distal Mobility Activation Exercises Trunk and Pelvis Hips/Pelvis Feet Before Moving On Sphinx with Reach Scapular Activation How To Use This Information Make a Home Exercise Program Create a Joint Friendly Workout Create a Customized Warm-Up Final Words
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Bodybuilding Workbook and Study Guide 64 | Unit 16 UNIT 16 Summarize core points of the psychological difficulties of bodybuilding. Conditioning your mind for bodybuilding: How do you do it, and why is it important? What is the mental conditioning program? What are the perils of overlooking mental conditioning?
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