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Determine the Length of Your Workouts

Evaluate Your Progress

Keep Warm-Up in Perspective


"Doing more exercise with less intensity,"
Arthur Jones believes, "has all but
destroyed the actual great value
of weight training. Something
must be done . . . and quickly."
The New Bodybuilding for
Old-School Results supplies
MUCH of that "something."


This is one of 93 photos of Andy McCutcheon that are used in The New High-Intensity Training to illustrate the recommended exercises.

To find out more about McCutcheon and his training, click here.


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Nautilus Bulletin #3

JJ McClinton

:Hey Drew Baye, I think you said a couple of weeks ago that you had a copy of the Nautilus Bulletin #3 and you were going to retype it up. Are you still going to do that, and does Bulletin 3 include anything of interest that was not included in numbers one and two. Either way if it involves Arthur I would still like to own it. That Szimanski guy from PDA is charging $150 for a copy of a pictorial version of NB3 that includes pictures of Arthur training. I'd love to see pictures of Arthur training but that price is insane for an E-Book.
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Drew Baye

Florida, USA

Ken Hutchins has a copy. He looked and it is not in the file cabinets in the training facility. I do not know if he has looked at home yet. If he does, it will take him a while. His house is literally wall to wall bookshelves and filing cabinets.

I read it years ago, and there was nothing in there that he didn't write about elsewhere. You're not missing anything. It is interesting from a historical perspective, but you won't learn anything that you don't already know if you've read bulletins 1 and 2 and the Iron Man articles.

I have nothing personal against John, but I think the prices he is charging are excessive relative to the amount of work involved in preparing the e-book.

If I do get a copy, I will most likely supply Brian Johnston with it since he already has Bulletin 1 and 2 at his site, and will add 3 to it.

I have started formatting bulletins 1 and 2 for the MedX site, but it has turned out to be more work than I had anticipated. They will be available there also. I will also put 3 there when I get it.

Drew Baye
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Well hit there,
I only paid $50 for my NB3 from PDA. However, that is no photos.

Here are the contents, if anybody is interested.
1 What to expect from exercise
2 The correct amount of exercise
3 The best type of exercise
4 The two most important factors of exercise
5 How much should an athlete weigh?
6 The relation of muscular size and strength
7 Avoiding and preventing injury
8 How to get the best results from exercise
9 Improving flexibility
10 increasing speed
11 Improving endurance
12 Why exercise increases strength
13 stimulating growth
14 Permitting growth
15 Colorado experiment part 1 the purpose of the experiment
16 Colorado experiment part 2 the background of the experiment by Dr Elliott Plese
17 Colorado experiment part 3 conduct of the experiment
18 Colorado experiment part 4 the results of the experiment by Dr Elliott Plese
19 The ultimate development
20 The Anderson brothers

Thank you Wayne
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Dustin Jordan

Florida, USA

Sounds interesting, thanks for the info. Where did you get your copy from?
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Dustin Jordan wrote:
Sounds interesting, thanks for the info. Where did you get your copy from?

He said from PDA. You can find them at fractionalplates.com

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