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What is the sarcomere?What are proprioceptors?What are some common flexibility assessments?What is a bilateral range of motion deficit?
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Bodybuilding Workbook and Study Guide 30 | Unit 7 What are constraining factors?Explain injury potential and inflexibility.Is flexibility specific?How much flexibility is enough?
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International Sports Sciences Association Stretching | 31 What effect does body temperature have on flexibility?Should stretching be periodized?What different types of stretching are mentioned in the text? Briefly summarize each.
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UNIT 8 TESTING AND EVALUATION TOPICS COVERED IN THIS UNIT Assessments for Bodybuilders Benefits of Testing Testing Procedures Testing Problems and Concerns Validity Reliability Objectivity Safety Testing for Limit Strength Comparing Strength Across All Bodyweights Body Composition Testing How to Use Skinfold Calipers Calculating Percent of Fat Using Density Formulas A Few Last Words
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International Sports Sciences Association Testing and Evaluation | 33 UNIT 8 What are the benefits of testing?Explain testing procedures.What are some problems and concerns related to testing?What steps should be taken to make tests as safe as possible?
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Bodybuilding Workbook and Study Guide 34 | Unit 8 What are the different types of body composition testing? Which type is most accurate?Explain how to use skinfold calipers.How do you test for limit strength?How can strength be compared across all body weights?
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UNIT 9 PERIODIZATION TOPICS COVERED IN THIS UNIT A Brief History of Periodization Types of Periodization ABC Bodybuilding Periodization Model The Need for Periodization Review of the Granddaddy Laws The Law of Individual Differences The Laws of Overcompensation and Overload The SAID Principle and the Law of Specificity The GAS Principle and the Law of Use/Disuse Fitness Fatigue Model Avoiding Overtraining and Overreaching Creating a Periodized Program Age- and Experience-Related Factors Macrocycles, Mesocycles, and Microcycles Intensity Variables Sequence of Training Foundational Training Bulking/Hypertrophy Training Competition Prep/Cutting A Few Last Words
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Bodybuilding Workbook and Study Guide 36 | Unit 9 UNIT 9 Summarize the history of periodization.Explain linear periodization.Explain reverse linear periodization.Explain undulating periodization.
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International Sports Sciences Association Periodization | 37
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