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Venom 01-04-2006 09:06 AM

Forum of HYPERplasia Research Rules - Please Read this BEFORE Making a New Topic!
 
Dear Members,

Over the years, ABCbodybuilding.com has developed into the Ultimate Resource for Bodybuilding Information in existence!

What we are can be summed up in a single phrase—Cutting Edge!

One thing that makes this site so unique is our ardent stance on science, in that all recommendations given are based on hundreds of hours of scientific research.

In this context, we feel it has become a necessity to start a forum dedicated to discussing cutting edge scientific topics.

We would like to keep this forum to only in-depth scientific discussions, so there are several important guidelines to follow.

Research Questions, Theories, and Suggestions

In this forum, we will be posting various cutting edge research questions, suggestions and theories. These posts need to follow several regulations.

Here are several sample threads of what we are looking for.

Research Question of the Week—The Effect of External Rewards on Intrinsic Motivation

Transfer of arm strength - Members Insight Post ***

Research Question of the Week: A Comprehensive Discussion on Diet Induced Thermogenesis

Research Question of the Week: How to Optimize Fat Efficiency in the Diet

The poster must present a well thought out theory to his audience. He can than ask for opinions, or open up to a research question.


Tip of The Week

One of our hard-core members, TheMac, has proposed an additional feature to the site called the “Tip of the Week” This will consist of scientific bodybuilding tips that an athlete can immediately implement in their programs.

The Mac is in charge of posting these threads. Therefore, if anyone would like to submit a Tip of the Week to this Forum, please pm, or email TheMac at armcdona@learn.senecac.on.ca

Here would be a excellent sample tip of the week:

Posterior deltoid lagging? The main stimulus for achieving complete development in the rear delts is attaining a full range of motion. Many people's rear shoulders plateau because they do not include exercises that give a full range of motion, like one handed movements and cable exercises.

For more information on shoulder training check out: http://www.abcbodybuilding.com/8week...shoulders2.php

And that is all. Enjoy the forum.

Below, we shall keep an archive of all the research questions and tips of the week for the reader to easily browse through.

Research Initiatives of the Week

Research Question of the Week—The Effect of External Rewards on Intrinsic Motivation

Transfer of arm strength - Members Insight Post ***

Research Question of the Week: A Comprehensive Discussion on Diet Induced Thermogenesis

Research Question of the Week: How to Optimize Fat Efficiency in the Diet

Steak

l0stsheep 01-04-2006 09:30 AM

Re: Forum of HYPERplasia Research Rules - Please Read this BEFORE Making a New Topic!
 
Awesome, Venom! [img]/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

John Black 01-04-2006 04:41 PM

Re: Forum of HYPERplasia Research Rules - Please Read this BEFORE Making a New Topic!
 
This is excellent!

Bahir 01-04-2006 04:55 PM

Re: Forum of HYPERplasia Research Rules - Please Read this BEFORE Making a New Topic!
 
Yippie! This is great!

William Ustav 01-06-2006 09:26 AM

Re: Forum of HYPERplasia Research Rules - Please Read this BEFORE Making a New Topic!
 
Great idea! [img]/forum/images/graemlins/laugh.gif[/img]

dashforce 09-01-2006 03:30 PM

Re: Forum of HYPERplasia Research Rules - Please Read this BEFORE Making a New Topic!
 
Whups -- sorry I didn't read this before posting that article.

Guess it would help to read the rules first sometimes [img]/forum/images/graemlins/blush.gif[/img]

Venom 09-01-2006 05:07 PM

Re: Forum of HYPERplasia Research Rules - Please Read this BEFORE Making a New Topic!
 
You could just modify your posts, and put some of your own insight/interesting proposols.


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