Aug 282010
 

While this post is not weight loss related, I was involved in an expert roundtable on a recent study comparing low repetitions and high repetitions of resistance exercise for muscle gain.  The other experts were Lyle McDonald, Alan Aragon, and Borge Fagerli.   Check it out over on Martin Berkhan’s LeanGains site.

I also highly recommend you check out this blog post on high fructose corn syrup over on Science-Based Medicine.

 The next issue of Weightology Weekly will be posted in a few days.

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