Ask James 12-27-2016

In this week's Ask James, I answer the following questions:

  1.  How does muscle protein synthesis compare between trained and untrained subjects, and what are the implications for designing training programs?
  2. Should a calisthenic program be designed differently from a bodybuilding program?
  3. What are the primary drivers behind age-related loss of muscle, and how can it be prevented?
  4. Is it better to use single or multiple exercises per muscle group, and is there a "sweet spot" for sets per exercise?

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