Research Review October 2018 Table of Contents: Volume and Frequency Edition

October was highlighted by the third massive rewrite of the volume bible.  New research has been added, and the analyses have been completely revamped.  Emerging data is starting to support the inverted U hypothesis of volume and hypertrophy.  In this rewrite, you'll learn what this all means to program design.

The Frequency Bible has also been updated in light of some of this new data.  There is an important interaction between volume and frequency which is discussed in both articles.

Finally, 11 questions are answered in this month's "Ask James."

Click on the toggles below to see the complete list of new and updated content for October.

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