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Perseus

Does anyone know whether Josh Trentine is still claiming natural status? Here is a recent photo he posted.
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DownUnderLifter

He looks pretty big there. Also, does anyone know if he is still training using the "Renex" methods?
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simon-hecubus

Texas, USA

What website is that from?
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Lioncourt

DownUnderLifter wrote:
He looks pretty big there. Also, does anyone know if he is still training using the "Renex" methods?


His official workouts, or the ones he does "off the record?"
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Turpin

TBH J.Trentine is looking terrific presently . YES , he is still using RENEX and has recently just rehabbed himself back from knee surgery using his system and looks great as a result.
Doesn't mean I will be signing up anytime soon , BUT credit where credit is due.

T.
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Nwlifter

Is Renex superslow 1x a week routines?
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Equity

Perseus wrote:
Does anyone know whether Josh Trentine is still claiming natural status? Here is a recent photo he posted.


I see where you're coming from with that photo. Yes very impressive; major fullness in the traps delts and arms. Although it's unfair to speculate without the facts at hand.

What I don't get about Trentine is the tats and the Viking beard? I mean this is the total antithesis of the Renex image of clean shaven, shirt tie, trousers, shoes and meticulous stop watching!!! Lol! Does he see himself as a rebel character amongst geeks? A bit like the Fonz? Ahhhh....Happy Days!!! Lol!

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simon-hecubus wrote:
What website is that from?


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HDLou

With traps like that.........
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Frank Scott

Super slow appears to be in decline.
Fred Hahn's site is moribund again.
Renex has nothing to say and Doug McGuff has closed down.
Did Joshua Trentine get like that naturally training 10 seconds up and 10 seconds down for one set a week?
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HeavyHitter32

Nwlifter wrote:
Is Renex superslow 1x a week routines?


Frequency and routine just varies according to the individual, but it's typically one set to failure (per exercise) around 10/10 last I heard.
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indexit

From Joshua

"2016 falls below the horizon, happy new year from Joshua."
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Nwlifter

Frank Scott wrote:
Super slow appears to be in decline.
Fred Hahn's site is moribund again.
Renex has nothing to say and Doug McGuff has closed down.
Did Joshua Trentine get like that naturally training 10 seconds up and 10 seconds down for one set a week?


That's what I was trying to find out too

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Average Al

Nwlifter wrote:
Is Renex superslow 1x a week routines?



For bodybuilders, I recall that he used to recommend twice a week training, rotating through 3 different workouts.

My notes from several years ago show this recommended sequence:

A. Calf, leg press, pulldown, chest press

B. Bicep, pulldown, triceps, chest press, compound row, push-up, squat position leg press

C. Leg curl, leg extension, simple row, compound row, overhead press.
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Average Al

Frank Scott wrote:
Super slow appears to be in decline.
Fred Hahn's site is moribund again.
Renex has nothing to say and Doug McGuff has closed down.
Did Joshua Trentine get like that naturally training 10 seconds up and 10 seconds down for one set a week?


McGuff posted on Instagram that hackers and/or malware had taken his site down, he was trying to recover lost content, and would be back with something new in 2017.
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Equity

Average Al wrote:
Frank Scott wrote:
Super slow appears to be in decline.
Fred Hahn's site is moribund again.
Renex has nothing to say and Doug McGuff has closed down.
Did Joshua Trentine get like that naturally training 10 seconds up and 10 seconds down for one set a week?

McGuff posted on Instagram that hackers and/or malware had taken his site down, he was trying to recover lost content, and would be back with something new in 2017.


Chinese hackers plagued the BBS website with odd articles about how to pass exams or something... I thought at first McGuff's administrator had wrote this but when reading it the grammar was totally alien and gave me a headache whilst reading it.

McGuff can't afford an administrator so this is why it happened.

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indexit wrote:
From Joshua

"2016 falls below the horizon, happy new year from Joshua."


Indexit,

I thought you were someone else from Renex not JT. Regardless impressive silhouette!!!


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Nwlifter

So basically, 1 SS set, twice a week per muscle roughly, that's really amazing to gain like that from SS and such low volume, very cool.


Average Al wrote:
Nwlifter wrote:
Is Renex superslow 1x a week routines?


For bodybuilders, I recall that he used to recommend twice a week training, rotating through 3 different workouts.

My notes from several years ago show this recommended sequence:

A. Calf, leg press, pulldown, chest press

B. Bicep, pulldown, triceps, chest press, compound row, push-up, squat position leg press

C. Leg curl, leg extension, simple row, compound row, overhead press.


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ATP 4 Vitality

The other day while watching a CrossFit competition on ESPN, I could not help but notice the superb conditioning of the athletes. Furthermore, the training regimens of all endurance athletes at the Brazil Olympic Games was revealing.

Is there anyone using SuperSlow as a sole method to get ready for serious athletic competition? A few isolated studies that favor your particular exercise ideology do not make for a convincing argument. I have yet to see anyone solely use 5-6 exercises get anyone in shape to enable competing with those CrossFit/Olympic guys. All serious endurance athletes train with an aerobic element in their program...Rocky Marciano anyone?????

The aerobic element of the body cannot be trained with anaerobic techniques to achieve athletic success. Arthur Jones was wrong about aerobic conditioning. HIT needs an aerobic element to complement the obvious anaerobic component derived from HIT. Joshua knows this....as do all the HIT writers. I think Ken Hutchins is a brilliant mind in fitness, but he too is wrong about stamina.....to win an endurance event you have to build up the aerobic energy system.....SAID.

Roger Bannister was a terrific endurance athlete many years ago. Perhaps HIT or SuperSlow could have marginally lowered his mile elapsed time. Certainly, those 2 methods alone would have resulted in a dismal athletic failure for Mr. Bannister.
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ATP 4 Vitality wrote:
The other day while watching a CrossFit competition on ESPN, I could not help but notice the superb conditioning of the athletes. Furthermore, the training regimens of all endurance athletes at the Brazil Olympic Games was revealing.

Is there anyone using SuperSlow as a sole method to get ready for serious athletic competition? A few isolated studies that favor your particular exercise ideology do not make for a convincing argument. I have yet to see anyone solely use 5-6 exercises get anyone in shape to enable competing with those CrossFit/Olympic guys. All serious endurance athletes train with an aerobic element in their program...Rocky Marciano anyone?????

The aerobic element of the body cannot be trained with anaerobic techniques to achieve athletic success. Arthur Jones was wrong about aerobic conditioning. HIT needs an aerobic element to complement the obvious anaerobic component derived from HIT. Joshua knows this....as do all the HIT writers. I think Ken Hutchins is a brilliant mind in fitness, but he too is wrong about stamina.....to win an endurance event you have to build up the aerobic energy system.....SAID.

Roger Bannister was a terrific endurance athlete many years ago. Perhaps HIT or SuperSlow could have marginally lowered his mile elapsed time. Certainly, those 2 methods alone would have resulted in a dismal athletic failure for Mr. Bannister.


i don't disagree. But how many aspiring Olympic athletes are posting here? SS fans are typically busy, over 40 guys who just want to stay in shape and not get hurt. That JT can look so good on that kind of routine is interesting. But he is an outlier.
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HeavyHitter32

Nwlifter wrote:
So basically, 1 SS set, twice a week per muscle roughly, that's really amazing to gain like that from SS and such low volume, very cool.




His machines have special cams that suit SS well.
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cokerat

Anyone else notice in his pics that sometimes his tattoos are on the left side of his body and other times on the right side. I assumed they were the real deal by the way he's talked about them in past interviews......... guess not !!
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simon-hecubus

Texas, USA

cokerat wrote:
Anyone else notice in his pics that sometimes his tattoos are on the left side of his body and other times on the right side. I assumed they were the real deal by the way he's talked about them in past interviews......... guess not !!


Uuhhhhh... did you notice that some are mirror shots and some are not?
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HD2

cokerat wrote:
Anyone else notice in his pics that sometimes his tattoos are on the left side of his body and other times on the right side. I assumed they were the real deal by the way he's talked about them in past interviews......... guess not !!


He posts lots of pictures on Facebook and Instagram. His brother is a tattoo artist so I would be shocked if this were a scam.
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