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Old 04-15-2010, 10:33 AM   #81
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I think we all can agree:

1) Most beginners do not train nor eat maximally.
2) Can be easily confused by the vast amount of training information on the Internet.
3) Follow the advice of pro bodybuilders who are in no position to provide advice.

My training system focuses on non-linear periodization; alternating between strength weeks and volume weeks. All workouts use to guideline of 60 to 75 minute maximum training sessions.

My dieting structure is set up the same way. I alternate between maintenance and cutting weeks (or bulking weeks).

I will also structure both training and dieting in waves patterns. Say you squat 315 for 5 repetitions. A 3 week strength wave, taking place over the course of 6 weeks, would look like:

Week 1 - 225 x 5, 245 x 5, 275 x 5
Week 2 - 245 x 5, 265 x 5, 295 x 5
Week 3 - 265 x 5, 285 x 5, 315 x 5

As you can see, this wave is a simplified form of percentage-based powerlifting training.

Wow.... Are you three?

Maybe in third grade...

I get it now...
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I apologize for my "pants being on the ground." I am a male model, amongst other things, and am asked to pose in various ways for the publications.

My studies lead me to the creation of my training approach:

CRAP. Constant Recovery Anabolic Phase.

CRAP training has 2 phases:

Phase 1: Dog Stimulation
Phase 2: Max Crap

As you can see, this style has roots in both DC Training and Max-Stim. But the differences are substantial and revolutionary!
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No need for confusion. The final solution is here.

Think of the Dog Stimulation phase like a free jazz session - there is little rest, but you flow from one exercise to the next, bombing, blitzing and blasting ala Joe Weider. And who here doesn't love Joe Weider!

Think of the Max Crap phase as a heavier, more intense version of Chaos and Pain. That C&P guy is strong for a midget, but think bigger! Larger! Heavier!
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I think we all can agree:

1) Most beginners do not train nor eat maximally.
2) Can be easily confused by the vast amount of training information on the Internet.
3) Follow the advice of pro bodybuilders who are in no position to provide advice.

My training system focuses on non-linear periodization; alternating between strength weeks and volume weeks. All workouts use to guideline of 60 to 75 minute maximum training sessions.

My dieting structure is set up the same way. I alternate between maintenance and cutting weeks (or bulking weeks).

I will also structure both training and dieting in waves patterns. Say you squat 315 for 5 repetitions. A 3 week strength wave, taking place over the course of 6 weeks, would look like:

Week 1 - 225 x 5, 245 x 5, 275 x 5
Week 2 - 245 x 5, 265 x 5, 295 x 5
Week 3 - 265 x 5, 285 x 5, 315 x 5

As you can see, this wave is a simplified form of percentage-based powerlifting training.
what the hell man, pick your weapon and stay with it, you cant keep one damn thing straight and you apparently dont even know what the hell any of the programs you mentioned are about. this is final grim has spoken im tired of reading the bull**** and btb i would hope you will ban this idiot.
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dude get out.
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I think this guy is actually someone who dont know **** just has theories and wanted to see if we like them then he would actually try them lol
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I think we all can agree:

1) Most beginners do not train nor eat maximally.
2) I am easily confused by the vast amount of training information on the Internet.
3) Follow the advice of wannabe bodybuilders who are in no position to provide advice.

My training system focuses on bullsh*tting you between weeks and weeks of workouts using guidelines of 60 to 75 minute maximum bullsh*t training sessions.

My dieting structure is set up the same way. I alternate between bullsh*t and bullcrap weeks (or full-0-sh*t weeks).


As you can see, this bullsh*t is a simplified form of all the crap i read about at one point in my life.
Yeah i'd say that sounds about right......
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