I have a few questions:
1. What is the most critical part of the test? I have heard many times its the anatomy part.
2. Did you guys stick to the study guide and only do a bit each day or, could you not get enough? I know personally I cant get enough, but I still limit myself.
3. Should I know each definition word for word? Or just have an understanding of the words?
I have more questions but of course I cant think of them right now. I know honestly I am very humbled by the information and am so excited to get completely through it! Did you guys just take the test once or did you hvae to scheledule retakes? I am simply trying to take in as much information as I can at a time and really making sure I can recall it all. I think thats kinda why I dont like to get ahead of myself with the study guide. Thanks guys I am so happy I decided to do this and am looking forwards to making myself this much more educated.
Oh one final question:
Of course the strength and power are 2 different things.....and the book has alot of strength exercises you can superset with power exercises. Me being an athlete I want to start adding these a bit more to my program. I am going to use the jump squat after my split squats, but whats a good one for something like pullups, or rows? I saw soccer throw for something like a shoulder press. Thanks guys, kinda curious.
Thanks for the help guys, at first I was a bit overwhelmed by the information, but after realizing some of the stuff in there I realize I know a good percentage of it. But the anatomy part is going to kick my ass.