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So let’s go over 25 of the most common muscle building questions and answer them in one sentence. Common Muscle Building Questions 1.) Can I train for more than an hour in the gym?Time and time again I get asked questions about building muscle so I decided to make a list of 30 and answer them in one sentence. 1.) Is working out for more than an hour bad? Generally working out more than an hour is not bad; if you are pressed for time take shorter rests between One Sentence Answers to 30 Muscle Building Questions.

In direct contrast to this previous article, we will now turn the table and answer 72 muscle-building questions with a simple “Yes”.. Not being able to elaborate on any of the following questions makes this a tough task, especially when the topic is not as black and white as some individuals make it out to be. If you would like to ask questions or search for answers related to bodybuilding, weight training or nutrition, make sure to visit our fitness forums.

You can easily post your bodybuilding questions. This article contains 72 common muscle building, nutrition, cardio and supplementation questions that can all be answered with “no.” “No” is perhaps a 2 year old’s favorite word. It’s also a word I find myself repeating over and over again when answering questions about muscle building. Building muscle can be difficult, everybody responds differently to training but the guys at Muhdo have explained what it takes to get visible gains. In this post, we answer 6 common questions about muscle building. Including the role of genetics and training volume and intensity.

1. Should I lift heavy? Does strength equal size?Although it isn’t actually a muscle, your brain has a lot in common with your biceps: When you exercise it, it gets stronger.

Because your brain can’t run, do yoga, or lift weights, however, you’ve got to find a different way to keep it fit—and brain teasers are just the thing. In fact, in one 2018 study published in the Journal of the. A motor unit is one nerve and all the muscle fibers innervated by that nerve.

In the leg, one nerve will control the action of hundreds of muscle fibers, which is good for stability and mass muscle movement. The motor units that control the hand only innervate 2-10 muscle fibers, which permits very delicate and detailed movements. The sentence having the answer is bolded in the context.: Example Question — “To whom did the Virgin Mary allegedly appear in 1858 in Lourdes France?” Context — “Architecturally, the school has a Catholic character.

Atop the Main Building\’s gold dome is a golden statue of the Virgin Mary. Looking out for your assessment answers online? Grab the opportunity to find free assignment answers related to all subjects in your Academic.

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Statements like “I want my arms to be bigger,” “I want more size,” “I want to be more sculpted,” or “I want to change my body shape” suggest that the client wants to follow a program that will result in muscular hypertrophy or increased tone.

“NSCA's Essentials of Personal Training” by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association
from NSCA’s Essentials of Personal Training
by NSCA -National Strength & Conditioning Association
Human Kinetics, Incorporated, 2011

He came to me with abundant questions about supplements, asking about muscle builders, energy boosters, immune system enhancers, and bone and joint protectors.

“Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook” by Nancy Clark
from Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook
by Nancy Clark
Human Kinetics, 2019

To achieve this goal, bodybuilders must endure the rigors of repetitive heavy resistance training to elicit extreme muscle growth stimulus.

“Nutrition and Enhanced Sports Performance: Muscle Building, Endurance, and Strength” by Debasis Bagchi, Sreejayan Nair, Chandan K. Sen
from Nutrition and Enhanced Sports Performance: Muscle Building, Endurance, and Strength
by Debasis Bagchi, Sreejayan Nair, Chandan K. Sen
Elsevier Science, 2013

To begin with, the very phrase “muscle building”

“Bodies Out of Bounds: Fatness and Transgression” by Jana Evans Braziel, Kathleen LeBesco
from Bodies Out of Bounds: Fatness and Transgression
by Jana Evans Braziel, Kathleen LeBesco
University of California Press, 2001

Crucial, unanswered questions concern “where” and “how” skeletal overload translates into newly acquired “strength” and muscle hypertrophy.

“Exercise Physiology: Nutrition, Energy, and Human Performance” by William D. McArdle, Frank I. Katch, Victor L. Katch
from Exercise Physiology: Nutrition, Energy, and Human Performance
by William D. McArdle, Frank I. Katch, Victor L. Katch
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2010

His 7 word reply spoke volumes: “Who needs protein when there’s Dianabol around?”

“Muscle, Smoke, and Mirrors” by Randy Roach
from Muscle, Smoke, and Mirrors
by Randy Roach
AuthorHouse, 2008

The second task is sheer necessity, since no one exercise is enough to fully develop even the simplest muscle.

“The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding: The Bible of Bodybuilding, Fully Updated and Revis” by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bill Dobbins
from The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding: The Bible of Bodybuilding, Fully Updated and Revis
by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bill Dobbins
Simon & Schuster, 2012

At the time there were a plethora of consumer-oriented books describing programs for building muscle.

“Science and Development of Muscle Hypertrophy” by Brad Schoenfeld
from Science and Development of Muscle Hypertrophy
by Brad Schoenfeld
Human Kinetics, 2020

B. Tell him that the article is true and you recommend supplementing with a whey protein powder immediately after a strength session.

“Sports Nutrition for Health Professionals” by Natalie Digate Muth, Michelle Murphy Zive
from Sports Nutrition for Health Professionals
by Natalie Digate Muth, Michelle Murphy Zive
F.A. Davis Company, 2019

SUPPLEMENTS—Be-Fit (builds muscle tissue), Bodygize (for elasticity in tissues), AminoTech (builds lean muscle tissue), Power Meal (pre-digested protein), WheyFit.

“Reference Guide for Essential Oils” by Connie Higley, Alan Higley
from Reference Guide for Essential Oils
by Connie Higley, Alan Higley
Abundant Health, 1998

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  • I think having female teachers are the best during school which makes the school feel safer, then the girl students don’t have to worry about big and/or fat men who are secretly perverted

  • Sir i am suffering from temperature sensitivity very badly like not tolerate in heat you say temperature intolerance but all reports are normal like cortisol thyroid cbc esr platelets are also normal nerve report is normal ecg ecco tmt and usg are normal mri endoscopy are normal give me suggestions

  • My anatomy teacher sent me this as an assignment to write a little summary of the video, and I freaked out upon seeing who I was watching. ��������

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  • that’s it, next Valintine’s day I’m creating brain and kidney valentines. In the meantime, I’m going to go write some cheese brain and kidney love quotes.

  • Crash course,, Wow! As senior clinician i have been really encouraged by your lectures.
    I feel know i have to contirbute my fair share to the world of Medical Science. Thus, I have uploaded my first PPT based video.

  • I learned one thing today: I’m a donut. That will be very helpful in the future. I could put that on my future job applications ��

  • I keep hearing the heart is the size one fist..? Which is true? Or would you say two fists if the pericardium is taken into account?

  • I’m from the future Dumbstep is dead. Good riddance. If you’re from even further in the future and you have no idea what dubstep is well lucky you. Also let this be a lesson in not going down the Shrek road of referencing current popular culture, it goes out of fashion quick. Classic disney which doesn’t do that is timeless.

  • Hey I’m a skinny guy and eat all the time, how is it possible to gain as much muscle as possible when you have no weights? What’s the best exercise to do at home?

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  • Hi Vince! Question: I’m 5’9 160lbs I want to drop my body fat percentage the fastest way possible. What should my priority focus be?
    Build More Muscle vs HITT Cardio?

  • Hey, Vince
    Every time coming back from the gym I’m always feeling full, like I just can’t eat anything or else I’ll throw up. I heard meals and/or protein shakes are must right after a workout but I just can’t do it right after. By not eating right away or consuming any type of protein or carbs right away, would that affect my muscle growth? I can eat within an hour but not right away. Please help. 
    Thank you:) 

  • If anyone is interested in human anatomy the best success that I have ever had was by using the Anatomy Blueprint Pro (just google it) without a doubt the most incredible course that I have ever followed.

  • I feel like the nerve cell is the easiest to identify by image with its soma, dendrite, and axon. The glial cell is like a mini nerve cell.

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  • I’m half way through the video and I just want to say thank you thank you thank you �� If only my a&p teacher could teach like this but instead he teach like I learned this when I was an infant. I have to teach myself and his test doesn’t match my study material.

  • This episode should be updated to include the level above the human body, by which I mean the biome. Just as a modern discussion of genetics would be incomplete without consideration of epigenetics then this topic would be less than complete without consideration of the biome. This would be particularly relevant with regards to the body’s physiology.

  • For Free For All Friday: What are some of the most recent nutritional protocols that you have been using for your comeback? Carb backloading, balanced macros throughout the day, carbs before bed, or any other new strategies you have utilized? Do you see them changing as you progress?

  • free for all friday, you could do nutrional stuff like maybe supplements or what kind of foods to eat or not to eat, ideas on pre workouts? couple ideas

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  • extremely complicated. It’s true that it’s not simple and your studies will not alter that. As for it being overwhelming, that can be eleviated if you take your study one step at a time. I discovered an article on Sebs Study Crammer very helpful for this.

  • if u guys honestlty wanna gain weight…u need to get 4 foundations… goji,acai,noni, organic multi…..u take organic whole food organic multivi with 1.5 ounce of goji and acai…in morning and after work out take noni juice right away…

  • HI Vince, I have been trying to get my answers for quite a time but you are not answering my questions on facebook. I need to know whether its correct that for shoulder overhead press i need to keep elbow in body plane?? I mean what must be the correct elbow position and its movement. I think its affecting my shoulder growth. I have no shoulder growth no matter how heavy i go.

  • La calidad de animaciones hacen que aunque el contenido sea superficial sea muy fácil de entender y aplicarlo para aprender un contenido más específico.

  • In case anyone needs notes for this:
    Homeostasis: Balance of materials and energy used to keep an individual alive
    Maintained through cells
    Organs: when two or more tissues combine
    Tissue: the fabric of the body
    Tissue means woven
    Type of tissue will define the function of the tissue
    Four primary tissue types
    Nervous tissue: Control and communication
    Muscle tissues: Allow movement
    Epithelial tissues: Cover and protect the body
    Connective tissues: Provide support to the body
    Histology: The study of tissue
    Carmine: A red dye derived from the scaled of crushed up insects used to stain tissue to find different types of cell structure
    Nervous tissue: forms central nervous system and nerves for the peripheral nervous system, functions to sense stimuli and send electrical impulses through the body
    Neurons: Specialized building blocks of the nervous system, function to generate and conduct the electrochemical nerve impulses (i.e. think, dreaming, eating, etc)
    Glial cells: Provide support, insulation, protection, and fuses to blood vessels
    Nervous tissue is composed of:
    Cell bod/(soma): Neuron’s life support
    Dendrites: Collect signals from other cells and send signals back to the cell body/(soma)
    Axon: carries messages to other neurons, muscles, and glands
    Nervous system: Composed of the brain and spinal cord of the central nervous system, function to regulate and control the body’s functions
    Peripheral nervous system: Nerves, function to regulate and control the body’s functions
    Muscle tissues: Contract and move
    Three types of muscle tissues:
    Skeletal muscle tissue: long multinucleate parallel cells containing striations, attaches bone to muscle and supports body but functions to make the body move. Moves voluntary.
    Location: Throughout the body
    Multinucleate: Long, cylindrical cells
    Striations: Fine black lines running perpendicular to the fibers
    In short: long straight cells, striations, multiple nuclei
    Cardiac muscle tissue: cells divide and converge, one nucleus per cell, striated, with intercalated disks, works involuntarily, functions to propel blood through the circulatory system
    Location: In the heart
    Unlike skeletal muscle their cells are uninucleate meaning there is only one nucleus
    Intercalated disks: hold muscle cells together during contraction and contain pores for electrical and chemical signals to pass-through one cell to the next
    In short: Striated, one nucleus, branching structure
    Smooth muscle tissue: Short tapered cells, but no striations. Moves involuntary. Function to squeeze substances through a contraction.
    Location: blood vessels and hollow organs in the digestive and urinary tracts as well as the uterus
    The difference from the other two muscle tissues: No striations
    In short: Uninucleate, packed together, no striations

  • I’ve left my trade of 10 years to start university again, I was a plumber. I’m 29 now.

    I’m embarking on a 7 year journey to become a doctor of medicine. I will be starting my first trimester in 3 weeks, thanks for sharing the knowledge in such an easy way.

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  • hello, i have a question, i am a skinny guy. my weight was 54 and I’m already 20 yrs old., what should i do? is it good for me to start a workout? pls reply thak you.

  • THANK YOU! I’m a visual learner and you helped me see what I was trying to learn, but unsuccessful, through my medical books. ������������

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  • I think you need another video channel. For these types of Topix, I would like more detail about the actual topic without the history. The history will not help me pass my test and it is just wasting time. You should also have more slides. Your narration and knowledge base is superb, but I won’t subscribe because it’s too much supercilious information.

  • Here are some notes on this video

    Nervous tissue (control and communication).

    Muscle tissue (movement).

    Epithelial tissue (cover and protect the body).

    Connective tissue (provide support).


    Functions: Sensing stimuli and sending electrical impulses throughout the body often in response to those stimuli.

    Made up of two different types of cells: NEURONS (cell body-soma, dendrites & axon) and GLIAL CELLS (provides support, insulation, protection & tethers the neurons to blood vessels).


    They can contract.

    They are well-vascularised (supplied with adequate blood).

    TYPES Skeletal, Cardiac and Smooth.


    Long multi-nucleate parallel cells, striations (fine black lines running perpendicular to the fibers).

    They pull on the bones they are attached to as they contract enabling movement.

    Their function is voluntary.


    Cells divide and converge, one nucleus per cell, striated and have intercalated disks (which contain pores through which electrical and chemical signals pass from one cell to an other) at the ends of the cells.

    Their function is involuntary.


    Lines the walls of most blood vessels and hollow organs like digestive organs, urinary tract and uterus.

    Their cells are short, tapered at the ends, uni-nucleate and tightly attached with each other forming a tightly netted sheet.

    Their function is involuntary.

  • your nachos reminds me of the times I went to doheny and got apples/nachos while aheading back to the house like it was some gas station can’t remember the name of it

  • How would you guys recommend taking notes off crash courses videos? Do you pause the video and make notes or just listen multiple times?

  • I love yall videos but this one truly sucks. It is so many other videos that explain this better and less confusing. You literally need pictures to descibe and explain the different layers. expecially if we are going to your videos for extra help and you are talking like every other profess in this video

  • My AP world history teacher loves to play your history videos, you talk so fast that you make taking notes a workout for our hands ��

  • I just wanted to tell u that I passed with a B+ just by watching your vids, please keep up the good work and thank you for the video!:)

  • Hi Vince, i am currently training for a marathon but lift 5 times out of the week as well and i just wanted to know if lifting for legs is a good idea and if it is what exercises and sets&reps would you recommend? Thanks for all the help!  ps out of the 5 days, 2 of them are for legs.

  • She put my names with yellow natchos her favorite color like nachos I didn’t listen very hard when she told me she had some natchossssss

  • The new information was very helpful because I didn’t know what the skin had so many functions. That it was protecting my body from danger.

  • Blushing results from increased blood flow to the sebaceous glands which respond to the heat by secreting sebum onto the skin surface. Sebum is a pheromone picked up by kissing, so blushing is to get the skin ready to be kissed. The communication “function” of blushing is only noticed in white people, so your suggestion that a visual signal is presented is erroneous.

  • i don’t know why I’m here. I learned this 2 years ago, and I’m on fall break. i woke up at 7am thinking about the epidermis, i don’t know why.

  • 5:19 that is false actually the umbilical arteries carry deoxygenated blood as well as the pulmonary arteries and the umbilical veins carry oxygenated blood like the pulmonary veins

  • Going great until you mentioned “beef” & “cheese”. Living with a humane diet, those don’t exist in my world, nor the enlightened plant based eating kids. Why do they always have to feature animal derivative foods in kid’s media? To normalize those “foods” so kids develop apathy towards the sources of those foods, such as taking kids to a petting zoo, where they adore the animals, then taking them to McDonald’s afterwards. They don’t make the connection.

  • Great series. I used to write about cryptocurrencies, but I know migrating into health and fitness and this series seems to be a great resource to get a very general scoop on all things human biology. Surely would recommend it to anyone learning this stuff at school.

  • I think your an amazing teacher. Despite the fact that you talk kinda fast, oddly enough, i grasp everything you say. very entertaining thanks a lot!:)

  • You explain the systems systemically that makes them sink into our nerval part of the long term memory enclosed in the cranial structure the brain �� thanks to God for creating you ��

  • I love the crash courses, I watch all of them. I just think they are too fast spoken, if they could slow down a bit that would be very helpful apart than that, all good, well done for the awesome work,

  • Ohai guise! Have you ever tried Manizi Amizing Muscle Secret (search on google)? Ive heard some solid things about it and my cousin got amazing muscle gains with it.

  • throwing in my vote for friday:  A discussion of whom to see for certain injuries (PT, Chiro, Ortho, massage therapist, etc), advice on starting a business, as you have; also, any of your life/relationship advice is always amazing.

  • If you have a hard time learning anything on this channel, you’re not alone. The dude tries way too hard to be funny and quirky, and not hard enough at communicating complex concepts simply.

    And the animation team’s primary goal is not education. It is to make sure everything looks pretty, catchy and colorful.

    The information itself is fascinating. There are so many channels that deliver it with plain, easy to understand diagrams and no fluff or painful humor

  • “if theres a cell in the human body thats been responsible for causing the most pride and prejudice in human history is the melanocyte” but on a cellular level we are all the same”. I love this man!!!

  • Digestive System Crash Course

    A. Energy

    B. Raw materials


    Molecules, most basic forms

    Mechanically and chemically

    Speed up

    4 calories

    9 calories



    Mouth, pharynx, esophagus, stomach,

    Teeth, tongue, pancreas




    The smooth muscles of the walls of your digestive organs take turns contracting and relaxing to squeeze food through the cavity of the alimentary tract.

    Mechanical Breakdown

    Chemical Digestion




  • hello Vince i’m 19 years old and i’m 65 kg.. I’ve been workouting for 1 year, i didn’t get big as much as i supposed to be.. now i started taking whey protein and amino acids.. still i’m kinda lost how many sets to do (3 or 4) and how many reps (8, 10 or 12 )..  if you have a workout for me plz let me now, and if there’s any way to contact you also let me know:)
    Thank you!

  • Hi vince i´m a DJ i just wanna know if you are interested in music ( electronic music) or any kind of music. if you do tell me i´ll give you some tracks.

    thanks for all the advices 

  • Skin:
    Protects your body from
    *extreme temp.
    *balance of fluids
    (Skin also synthesizes Vitamin D)
    × Never endings allow you to sense the outside world.
    × Glands and blood vessels help maintain safe body temp.
    × blushing/flushing, sweating, etc.
    ×3-5 kilograms of body weight. If you spread it out it could measure to 2 square meters.
    Integumentary system:
    oil glands
    Skin color = amount of melonin
    Skin= first line of defense so skim has immune system cells (langerhans cells) < orginate in bone marrow
    Merkel cells > Receptors (touch)
    Thick skin ×palms× ×soles of feet* booty 😉 5 epidermal layers
    Thin skin covers everything else* 4 layers
    Stratum corneum outter most amd roughtest 20-30 dead cells
    Startum lucidum clear layer 2-3 layers
    Stratum granulosumliving keratinocytes
    Stratum spinosumcell regeneration/mitosis
    Stratum basale single layer of columnar cells, cell factory, connect epidermis to layer of skin below it. (The dermis)
    Epdidermis epithelial=avascular: all nutrients comes from below
    Trick to remember all the layers?
    C: (come) Stratum corneum
    L: (lets) Stratum lucidum
    G: (get) Stratum granulosum
    S: (sun) Stratum spinosome
    B: (burned) Stratum basale
    _Elastic fibers clump up bc sun
    _Sunburn= lower immune system bc you have immune cells in your epidermis
    Dermis: collagen and elastic fibers, cappilarys and blood vessels, and nerve fibers, hair follicles, glands. This is where most of the work for cell is done.
    The three layers:
    Papillary layerareolar connective tissue>dermal papillae>friction ridges (finger prints)
    Reticular layer 80% of dermis, dense irr. Connective tissue.
    Basale layer/hypodermis/subcut.
    Adipose connective tissue>insulation, energy storage, shock absorber (fat), anchor the skin.

  • How do you know if you have good or bad genetics for building muscle, or for that matter, genetics for particular sports? Is this something you have to just figure out through trial and error?

  • Day 16 of quarantine, it is currently 3 am. I now have to learn off of these videos and I’m half asleep trying to get all my work done and now I actually miss public school.

  • Hey Vince,should i train my shoulder 2 times or 3 times a week? Which will give me the best result if i only fully focus on shoulder training.The only chest exercise i do is only push up because i want build up big shoulder 1st before training other body part.I am a beginner who has only work out for 2 months.

  • I think he should have his own show on PBS or Nat Geo! Smart, well organized discussion of so many topics. Amazing. Only wish he would speak a little slower.

  • soooooo i’ve been eating nachos… EVERY DAY….for the last 3 weeks…. the canteen at school sells really good ones really cheep.. now i’m scared for my body.

  • Will 20 sets in bench with close grip with the first 10 then medium grip with the last 10 help build more muscle and help build it faster?

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  • Hey Vince, Iam a skinny Guy.. & Iam about 56.6 kg & iam 17.5 years old.. Is that enough for my age? & My Trainer says i need to have atleast gain 80 kg of ‘Fat’ for him to train me with full exercises.. now he only trains me about 4 exercises max per body part.. Is what he is saying is true? Do i Have to gain that much fat to Build muscle? If Yes how can I gain weight fast.. & How to gain weight without Getting belly Fat..? & can you sugest a workout Routine for a Skinny Guy like Me? Thanks..

  • I like how your video are colorful and fun and makes me what to watch the video…..not to judge or make any offensive statement but you talk a lil to fast and I cant gather all the information

  • dear vince, my goal is to put on more lean muscle but maintain a thin waist to develop a v-taper back. what workout and dieting methods do you recommend? thanks:)