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Old 07-16-2010, 03:38 AM   #1
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This is an excerpt from an article that I wrote 19 years ago that illustrates many of the popular bodybuilding practices of that time. Since I wrote this, I can assure you that all the information was provided first hand by the bodybuilders themselves during direct interviews.The Workouts and Diets of the Bodybuilding Championsby [...]

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“As far as training, I do power bodybuilding. The first four workouts are heavy; the next four are lighter. I take more rest between sets on the heavy days. This promotes a higher intensity level and stimulates testosterone release. On the lighter days, taking brief rest between sets raise my growth hormone levels. On the light days, I rest 30-45 seconds between sets, using 50% of my maximum exercise intensity for 15 reps minimum. The lighter days aid recovery form the heavier power days. Training heavy consistently leads to a catabolic muscle state.

“It’s especially vital to cycle your training if you don’t use drugs. Such cycling promotes maximum recuperation between workouts.

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