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York Barbell and Dumbbell Training Courses

York Course No. 1

One set per exercise

Upper Body – 6 reps per set

Lower Body – 8-12 reps

Warm-up…Light Power Snatch
1. Two Arm Curl
2. Two Arm Press
3. Deep Knee Bend on toes
4. Two Arm Pullover
5. Stiff-Legged Deadlift
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Full Body Workouts Old School Workouts

York Barbell and Dumbbell Training System

York Barbell and Dumbbell Training System

Course 1. 9 weeks, 3 Workouts per week.

1. Barbell Swing (simple warm up lifting only the barbell from the floor to over your head in a standing position) : 2 sets of 12 reps

2. Squat: 2 sets of 9 reps

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Leg Workouts

Leg Training: Eleven Sets of Squats

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Leg Training: Eleven Sets of Squats, by Bill Anton

  • Squats — 3 sets x 8 reps
  • Add 20 – 40 pounds, then 3 sets x 5 reps
  • Add 20 – 40 pounds, then 5 sets x 3 reps

Specialize on this with 2 days between squat days.

After a while the gaps will… Read more

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Bodybuilding Workouts

Casey Viator’s Training Routine

Casey Viator’s Training

by Achilles Kallos (1971)

Nineteen year old Casey Viator from New Iberia, La. is the youngest bodybuilder to have won the Mr. America title. He started training when he was fifteen, which, in my opinion, is the right… Read more

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Training Techniques

Partial Reps – Partial Repetitions

Partial Reps – Partial Repetitions. What are partial reps?

Partial reps are repetitions performed over a portion of the full range of movement for an exercise, instead of over the entire range of motion. Partial reps can be performed… Read more

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Training Techniques

Negative Reps – Negative Repetitions

Negative Reps – Negative Repetitions. What is a negative rep?

Each bodybuilding exercise has 2 phases; the eccentric and concentric phase. The actual rep itself – or the act of exertion required to push or pull a weight –… Read more

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Fitness Articles Sports Workouts

Dustin Pedroia’s Off-Season Training Plan

While most baseball fans were probably shocked that a man measuring just 5’9″ and weighing 180 pounds had won the 2008 AL Most Valuable Player trophy, we at STACK weren’t the least bit surprised. With his unyielding determination,Read more

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