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Old 05-11-2005, 09:58 AM
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the methods are a bit different to anything i'd tried before, and its NOT easy but it produces great gains both in strength and mass. it is very demanding, both in & outside of the gym. i had done it once before and it worked very well for me, and i've started up again this past week and all i can say is wow.

has anyone else tried his methods? i'd like to see what some of you other peeps think of 'em.

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Old 05-11-2005, 10:14 AM
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I have never even heard of it, does it have something to with working out with dumbbells and weights made of dog crap?
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Old 05-11-2005, 10:42 AM
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I have never even heard of it, does it have something to with working out with dumbbells and weights made of dog crap?
lol, far from it...

here is a summary someone put together. this guy trains people and has turned some dudes into serious monsters. have talked with him online and he knows his stuff...

http://www.xtrememass.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2

http://www.ironmag.com/articles/trai...ing_manual.htm

figured a few of you guys would like to try it out as it has been working really well for me both in the past and since i've started doing it again.

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I will definitly check out those links when I got some time in my hand, I am about to go to the gym.
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Interesting read for sure. The last time I tried something completely different from my usual routine was HST. Needless to say, 8 pound loss However, I could see taking the stretching portion and incorperating it in my current routine for sure.
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If u try it, let us know if it worked for u 311. Damn, 8 pound loss, in how long?? 10 Weeks??
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If u try it, let us know if it worked for u 311. Damn, 8 pound loss, in how long?? 10 Weeks??
I think it was about 5 weeks. The program had me doing 25 pound dumbbells for side laterals, stuff like that. No wonder! That's proof enough that heavy weight equals mass.
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I dont care what workout program that I follows, I am not going more than 10% down on the weights that I lift. I just tweak the program according to my own interest.
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I dont care what workout program that I follows, I am not going more than 10% down on the weights that I lift. I just tweak the program according to my own interest.
if you do the DC training, you're gonna have to seriously drop some weights to do it correctly (the strength comes back fairly quickly though). if you try to do it with your normal poundages, you'll probably kill yourself lol
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Like I said, I tweak it in a sensible way. Man, I love that name, Dog Crap. Huh huh.
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