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SeventySeven 03-29-2012 09:49 AM

MAB E-BOOK
 
Lets get the ball rolling on this, first off suggestions of topics to cover.
ill start with
Progression
learning the basics
Nutrition

BendtheBar 03-29-2012 12:17 PM

Hold up folks. I want to phrase each section with a specific question. Every question has to be as specific as possible as far as who the audience is, and what the goal is.

I want this specific book to be for the beginner who wants to build muscle and maybe some strength. Let's make sure we understand that before moving forward. If this is a success we can do do other similar projects based on specific goals.

I also want participants to provide complete answers, ignoring how others respond and not just saying "what he said", if this makes sense. This doesn't mean answers have to be long. I would just prefer them to be independent of what others are saying.

SeventySeven 03-29-2012 12:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BendtheBar (Post 228421)
Hold up folks. I want to phrase each section with a specific question. Every question has to be as specific as possible as far as who the audience is, and what the goal is.

I want this specific book to be for the beginner who wants to build muscle and maybe some strength. Let's make sure we understand that before moving forward. If this is a success we can do do other similar projects based on specific goals.

gotcha.

SeventySeven 03-29-2012 12:25 PM

What is the most optimal way for a "hardgainer"/ectomorph to build muscle?

BendtheBar 03-29-2012 12:26 PM

Questions Reference List:

Click on the link to leave a response...

--What are the biggest mistakes you made, and that you see beginners make when they are trying to build muscle?

--Eating for the overweight trainee. How should a moderate to severely overweight beginner eat during the first year when looking to build muscle?

--I've never been in the gym. What workout should I use for the first couple of months, and how strong should I try to get?

--Recommend a novice workout for at least the first 4-6 months of training.

MVP 04-02-2012 03:11 PM

How frequency should a novice train? And what exercises should they perform as a staple?

BendtheBar 04-02-2012 06:11 PM

I will add a few more tonight. Thanks guys!


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