- - HST Training
|Darkhorse ||04-11-2005 03:51 AM |
Anyone try HST Training? I'm thinking about doing that for my next training evolution. It is a good style to rest my joints from pounding them with Max-OT weight. Everyone who posted on other forums was hovering around the 140 weight class, so I can't really trust what they say. Any experience w/ this?
|Darkhorse ||04-11-2005 07:22 PM |
Since noone's tried it, I guess I'm the guinea pig. I heard a crunch in my neck doing 65 lb side laterals today and it didn't feel very good. :eek: For my body lifting as heavy as I do, I think I can only handle a hard 4 week cycle of Max-OT. My forearms are painful and my neck doesn't feel any better. I went to the HST website and calculated my 15, 10, 5 rep maxes. This program is at the opposite end of the spectrum from what I'm accustomed to. I'll do a modified 5 week cycle of HST so my body and cns heals from the poundage I've been slinging. Does anyone want me to do a journal for this or does noone care about HST? I've checked around and really noone has done a journal with this. 95% of the people who commented on this either are beginners, have shitty 2,000 calorie bulking diets (hard to believe I know), or don't train each muscle equally.
|hrdgain81 ||04-12-2005 05:38 AM |
I was planning on HST for my next S1+ cycle 0311. So it would help me out if you kept a journal. I read the article on it published in the bull and it peaked my interest. As i stated before though, i'm not really sure how HST is suppose to work, but if it works for you, i'm willing to give it a try.
and just to let ya know, my cutting diet is more then 2000 cals, so you know my bulking is gonna be hahahhaha.
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