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Old 09-13-2014, 06:47 PM   #1
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Default MITE Training - Intensity Cycling 12 Week Program

http://massiveiron.com/mite-massive-...sity-training/

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Massive Iron Intensity Training For Experienced Lifters

That’s the best I could come up with, so don’t laugh. We all know a training program needs an acronym to be legit, so there you have it. MITE.

MITE is a program I developed for trainees who have spent at least 6-8 months developing a quality amount of muscle and strength, and are no longer beginners. I call these trainees “experienced” rather than intermediates. Why? I wanted to stress that you must develop a track record of building muscle and strength using a beginner-style program before using MITE.

Here are the two principles that drive MITE.

Principle #1 – Cycle intensity. Block A, performed during weeks 1-6, will feature high and moderate intensity training. Block B, performed during weeks 7-12, will focus more on moderate intensity training and pump work.

Principle #2 – Push sets for max reps. Regardless of the intensity rep range used, each set should be pushed for as many reps as possible. This ensures that no set is wasted, that we are recruiting as many muscle fibers as humanly possible, and that progressive overload is maximized on each and every set. My Rep Goal System will be utilized for each exercise.
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