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Bodybuilding Science Review - Issue #29

Brooooooooo!Got a question for you this week.I follow a bunch of strength coaches on Facebook. And I

Bodybuilding Science Review

July 8 · Issue #29 · View online


Got a question for you this week.

I follow a bunch of strength coaches on Facebook. And I like it best when they’re raw and uncensored. In their posts.

In this newsletter, so far, my style has been more on the formal side. Scientific.

But hey, maybe you think a more laid-back style is more fun. I think it’s more entertaining, for sure.

So… I’m asking you. Which do you prefer? Want more laid-back and goofy jokes?

Or just the facts, please?

Just reply to this email to let me know.

A) Laid-back
2) Formal

In other news, trained men couldn’t do as much work for 4 days after a hard bench press workout. That suggests 2x/day frequency may be better in trained men. You’ll find more info in the first study down below.

I look forward to hear from you.

Your bro in natural science-based bodybuilding,

Carl Juneau, PhD

Dissociated time course between peak torque and total work recovery following bench press training in resistance trained men
Sarcoplasmic Hypertrophy: The Bros Were Probably Right
Strength training with repetitions to failure does not provide additional strength and muscle hypertrophy gains in young women
Coffee Beats Caffeine in the Gym: More Reps + Higher Total Volume on Squats Due to Ingredients Other Than Caffeine - SuppVersity: Nutrition and Exercise Science for Everyone
Interview with Lyle McDonald on Training - Road to Ripped Podcast - YouTube
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