T-Mag Trivia Round 2!
Back with another exciting round of Testosterone Trivia, this one a bit shorter and a bit harder.
And, don’t look now, but you might just win a copy of “wonder butt!”
Alright, following are 10 questions taken from the annals of Testosterone Magazine (not from the anals, that is a different quiz)
First, no cheating! On your T-Honor, you must not look back for the answers, or look to other sources. The questions range from easy to obscure, I’ve tried to include a good mix. The answers have to come from your cranium.
Second, do NOT answer the questions in this thread. What you do is PM me your answers, then respond in the thread saying “I’m in” or “Andy, you make me scintillate” or something like that.
The quiz ends on Monday evening, I will tally the results and post the winners and answers to the questions.
For Round 2, forum superstar Patricia has offered up the following prizes:
For first place, she is giving a SIGNED copy of Wonder Woman #194, which she was the model for.
For second place, and please, don’t get so excited you pee on yourself, Patricia is offering a 4x6" copy of a print of the “Wonder Butt.” I personally have no idea what this is, but I peed myself when I heard about it anyhow.
Okay, so have fun, pay attention to the rules, and these fabulous prizes might be yours!
In the 100/100 program, what two exercises are prescribed?
In “Steroids for Dummies”, what does the acronym AR stand for?
Is the “lengthening of the muscle” eccentric or concentric?
According to John Berardi, what type of protein is best suited for post-workout consumption, and happens to be the primary protein found in Surge?
What is the name of the program that combines stength, hypertrophy, and endurance minded lifting into the same 5 day split?
What is the 1-6 principle, discussed by Poliquin?
According to Berardi, different foods, based on their digestibility, micronutrient composition, protein content, and a number of other factors, can lead to marked fluctuations in the _____-base status of the body. (fill in the blank)
___________ strength involves holding a weight in a certain position of an exercise for a set amount of time, according to Mike Mahler.
According to Don Alessi, the presence of narrow shoulder span and smaller pecs classifies a person as what type of frame?