The winner is Scott Hallam. CONGRATULATIONS FROM STT!

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STT Contest
Get involved and WIN!

The STT Contests continue. Your involvement always pushes STT to give more.

Let’s get on with it. Here are the details. You have until July 28, 2012 to answer correctly. When you leave a comment below that includes all correct answers to the following missions, you will then have the opportunity to be selected at random to win your choice of gifts. If you have any questions about this STT Contest, please email me.

STT Contest #6:

You must correctly answer the following questions in your comment on this page below. Remember you have to have your correct answers posted by July 28, 2012. The winner will be selected at random and MUST have responded correctly to all questions.

For more information on STT event, click here!
Question #1 – The optimum level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is _________.

A. 0.3%
B. 0.04%
C. 0.1%
D. 0.03%

Question #2 – True or False: There are more than 500 different known nutrients.

Question #3 – Excess glucose in the human body are stored as _______ in the liver.

A. glucose
B. glycogen
C. glycerol
D. glycerine

Question #4 – True or False: Nutrients should not be re-analyzed when new or improved methods of nutrient analysis are available.

The winner will be announced on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter on July 29 and on the weekly newsletter that week too. Please help to spread this contest to your friends, coaches, staff and colleagues. The more participants, the greater the prizes can become. Thank you in advance for sharing, RT-ing and emailing to help share this experience.

STT has to thank the following companies for being actively involved with this opportunity to give back to STT Nation. Without their help, this would not be possible. Please take time to view their pages on STT. Then send each and email to thank them for the gifts. A simple “THANK YOU” goes a long way! So THANK YOU for taking five minutes to send emails to these companies.