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      10-05-2012, 10:10 AM   #23
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me too. i often train with very heavy weight and low reps while focusing on explosive power. did a cycle of 10 sets of 2 on deadlifts ramping up the weight over couple months and PRd at the end of the program. basically trying to rip the weight up, getting the weight moving dynamically helps with max lifts.
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what is his workout? i wanna see.
He was ripped in Warrior
Obviously everything you look up online is just part of what these guys actually do. However, I took what they said and made it my own a bit. If you want, PM me your email and I can send you the spreadsheet that I put together.

I've put on 7 pounds in 7 weeks. Most of which came on in the first 4 weeks but I pulled back my diet a bit so I didn't put on too much extra unneeded weight. However, my overall strength has gone up a considerable amount all across the board and continues to increase in every exercise. I am very happy!!!
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      10-08-2012, 05:34 PM   #26
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...my overall strength has gone up a considerable amount all across the board and continues to increase in every exercise. I am very happy!!!
Newbie gains - you get those with any workout.
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      10-09-2012, 01:46 AM   #27
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i throw in there different workouts, you gotta mix it up

some body rock
some P90
some cross fit
some rob riches

etc
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      10-09-2012, 02:19 AM   #28
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I like to do my own workout. I do running and jogging daily in the morning and evening. These exercises are best for physical fitness and make us fresh and healthy.
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Newbie gains - you get those with any workout.
Newbie gains ... Are you referring to the gains you get when you start a new workout?

Obviously there are gains from your body adapting but what I am trying to state is that the gains were more significant than the previous routines I have done.
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      10-09-2012, 01:32 PM   #30
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      10-09-2012, 10:51 PM   #31
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Just mix it up every few weeks everyone, don't do same regiment over n over!
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      10-11-2012, 01:31 AM   #32
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Amen, I love his workouts
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      10-12-2012, 03:33 PM   #33
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Normally on a 2bodypart per workout split. Either opposing muscles like Bi/Tri or Complementary muscles like Back/Bi.

I do my own workout routines but it's similar to Rob Riches, Kai Greene, POG.
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      10-12-2012, 04:21 PM   #34
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I took a few pages out of several books and pretty much do my own variation. Read 'body for life' for a good start on the basics.

Work each muscle group with two different sets of excercises (ie, curl bar/machine curl, then dumbell curls), and at least 3 different muscle groups each day (mix up upper/lower body workouts in between to rest). 6 sets, start light/high-rep finish heavy medium rep.

Eat whole foods. Simple whey protein, and most importantly get a post workout to include a fast digesting protein/carb blend with BCAAs. I like Aftershock, tastes damn good too!

< 170lb, 3-4% body comp.
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I took a few pages out of several books and pretty much do my own variation. Read 'body for life' for a good start on the basics.

Work each muscle group with two different sets of excercises (ie, curl bar/machine curl, then dumbell curls), and at least 3 different muscle groups each day (mix up upper/lower body workouts in between to rest). 6 sets, start light/high-rep finish heavy medium rep.

Eat whole foods. Simple whey protein, and most importantly get a post workout to include a fast digesting protein/carb blend with BCAAs. I like Aftershock, tastes damn good too!

< 170lb, 3-4% body comp.
That little amount of lifting I will loose size. It really depends on what the pesons goals are.
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At the moment stronglift, my chest, shoulders and thighs have increased massively in size, most of my t-shirts are too small for my arms, but my gut is still in place even though my bf has dropped I'm still in the 20's, the plan is to hit 15% by april next year. Moving over to mad cow in a couple of months.
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      10-29-2012, 04:00 PM   #37
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No specific workout, just diet and workout ideas from Brad Pilon, Lyle McDonald, and Martin Berkhan
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i'm sorry but scott herman doesn't really know what he's doing. notice a lot of his movies and you'll see him get flamed for incorrect kind etc. just because he can move a lot of body weight doesn't mean he knows what he's doing.
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i'm sorry but scott herman doesn't really know what he's doing. notice a lot of his movies and you'll see him get flamed for incorrect kind etc. just because he can move a lot of body weight doesn't mean he knows what he's doing.
lol i have noticed that, and i just grew bored of him as well. i havent watched him since i posted this, im pretty much if i do watch any anymore tow, or vicsnatural.
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Pretty much anything with Dorian Yates, Steve Cook, or Jim Stopanni will do for me. I don't really lift my ego nowadays, so i just focus on the form and contraction.
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I very much like the ideas behind functional/core training.

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