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Energy Expenditure Q&A With Dr. Chris Scott, PHD
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Afterburn Effect

Q&A With Dr. Christopher Scott, PHD

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Energy Expenditure Q&A With Dr. Chris Scott, PHD
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Table of Contents
Energy Expenditure Primer
Closer Look at Afterburn
Body Composition
Practical Applications

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Energy Expenditure Q&A With Dr. Chris Scott, PHD
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Marc Perry, Creator BuiltLean

Marc Perry:

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Dr . Christopher Scott, PHD

Hello, everyone. This is Marc Perry from www.builtlean.com. I have a very special guest joining me today on the phone, Dr. Christopher Scott.
Just to give you a very short bio, which I’m sure is not going to do Dr. Scott justice, but Dr. Christopher Scott is an Associate Professor at the University of Southern Maine. Dr. Scott has been called a "pioneer" for his research focusing on the determination of energy expenditure for strength, speed, and power-related

activities, both during and after exercise.
He has been a professor of exercise physiology for over nine years and is the sole author of the five-star ranked textbook A Primer for the Exercise and Nutrition Scientist: Thermodynamics,
Bioenergenics, and Metabolism.
Dr. Scott, I want to thank you very much for your willingness to share your insights and your time today.

Dr. Chris Scott:

No problem, Marc. Call me Chris.

Marc Perry:

Thanks, Chris. I was hoping to go into four sections in this call. The first starting out with an energy expenditure primer, then

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