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Podcast suggéré : Jeff Nippard et Eric Helms qui discutent du Full Body :

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(1) Point 37

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(2) Dr. Mike Israetel | Jan 04, 2017 | “TRAINING VOLUME LANDMARKS FOR MUSCLE GROWTH” - accédé le 2 août 2019 https://renaissanceperiodization.com/training-volume-landmarks-muscle-growth/ 

(3) HOW TO SELECT THE BEST HYPERTROPHY EXERCISES? - Article consulté le 30.07.2019

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(2) Données empiriques utilisées pour les coachings personnalisés de Will Janssens

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(1) La Cité de la peur – Film réalisé par Alain Berbérian (1994)

 

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(2) Vous êtes fous d'avaler ça ! Un industriel de l'agro-alimentaire dénonce – Christophe Brusset

(3) Oscar Morand – Permaculteur suisse

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2  Ray Peat “Thyroid: Therapies, Confusion, and Fraud” - Article - Consulté http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/thyroid.shtml le 8.8.2019

3 Bak et al. (2018) Astrocytic glycogen metabolism in the healthy and diseased brain.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29572349 

4 ibid

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“Tononi’s synaptic homeostasis hypothesis proposes that “sleep is the price the brain pays for plasticity”: synaptic potentiation may occur primarily in the awake stage, when the individual interacts with the environment, while renormalization of synaptic strength and neuronal spine loss may happen mainly during sleep. This hypothesis is based on rodent research »

 

6 Sofer, 2011, Greater weight loss and hormonal changes after 6 months diet with carbohydrates eaten mostly at dinner https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21475137 

7 Will Janssens (2019) - podcast -“Digestion & humeur : Sérotonine, faut-il vraiment l'augmenter “?https://anchor.fm/will-janssens/episodes/Digestion--humeur--Srotonine--faut-il-vraiment-laugmenter-e3rg7f (QR CODE ci après : )

 

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(2) How to Heal your metabolism - Kate Deering (2015)

(3) Georges Canguilhem (1943) The Normal and the Pathological

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(2) Site officiel de l’agence mondiale anti dopage – AMA : https://www.wada-ama.org/fr/ ; liste des substances interdites en tout temps : https://www.wada-ama.org/en/content/what-is-prohibited/prohibited-at-all-times - consulté le 10.08.2019

(3) Bhasin et al. (2001) Testosterone dose-response relationships in healthy young men. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11701431 - mentionnée également dans le livre de Rudy Coia et Julien Venesson (5)

(4) Hadgraft & Lane (2015) Transdermal delivery of testosterone ; https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25709060

(5) Le guide de la musculation au naturel – Rudy Coia et Julien Venesson

(6) Hildreth et al. (2018) Effects of Testosterone and Progressive Resistance Exercise on Vascular Function in Older Men; https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30188798

(7) Kanayama, Hudson & Pope (2008). "Long-term psychiatric and medical consequences of anabolic-androgenic steroid abuse: A looming public health concern?". Drug and Alcohol ; https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2646607/

(8) Eric Mallet (2016) Comprendre la croissance musculaire, qu’est-ce que l’hypertrophie ? Partie Ihttps://www.espacecorps-espritforme.fr/comprendre-croissance-musculaire-quest-hypertrophie/6278