"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.
Hey, I got The Arthur Jones Collection. I must say one word: WOW!
I started right away to read the "My First Half Century In The Iron Game" by Athur Jones. I have even more respect for his opinions and his knowledge. I mean, sure sometimes he just express his own opinions which sometimes IMHO does not have anything to contribute to the sientific aspect of strenght training, but thoose are strong opinions which one can not take easily!
I am allmost done with the "MFHCITIG" and I appreciate the MedX more than I have ever done. He shows in a easy but still technical way how things are connected to each other.
I have not read all articles and stuff that the collection contains, but I have one advise for you; DO NOT HESSITATE TO BUY THIS COLLECTION!
I am not saying this to make some financinal advantage for me or the company, but because there are so much information and knowledge I did not know which I think you will appreciate as much as I did and still doing!
Hey did you also get "And God Laughs"? That is by far the funniest thing I have ever read. Arthur Jones is truly unique. I never get tired of reading stories about who he pissed off or the amazing things he did and said on practically a daily basis. Wish he was still active in the strength training business but considering the crap out there I don't blame him for saying enough is enough and moving on.
Yes, I have Arthur Jones "And God laughs" but I descided not to read it yet. I think I will first read Exercise 1997 (and Beyond) so I have his later/latest knowledge and opinions about strength training.
I have also heard allot of positive things about his autobiography and I am having big problems not to look at the book. I mean, this is THE MAN we are talking about! :)
I was reformatting the Bulletins to put them up on the MedX site and ended up being sidetracked by other projects, so that is entirely my fault.
If anybody wishes to read them, e-mail me at [email address deleted by moderator] and I will send them a DOC format copy. I already have permission from the CEO to put them on the site and have talked with the IT guy about it and will try to have them up on the MedX site within the next few weeks.
[Moderator Note: Please use the Private Message function for private communications.]
Thanks for the offer re copies of Bulletin No 3.I have sent you a private message wtih my email address. Please could you post here if you don't receive it. I'm not entirely sure the system is working properly.
Before anybody e-mails me about bulletin 3, please read the following.
I do not have a copy of bulletin 3. The copy I read belongs to someone else and is currently in one of many file cabinets in storage. We looked for the copy a few months ago when PDA started selling it as an e-book, but were unable to find it at that time. I will ask permission to search through the files for it again later, and if I am able to find it then, I will type it up and post it.
Bulletin 3 does not contain any information that Arthur did not already cover in Bulletins 1 and 2 and his Iron Man and Athletic Journal articles. If you've read the first two bulletins and those articles, you're not missing anything.
I am in the process of formatting the first two bulletins for the MedX web site. I'm going to do so in a format that makes them easy for people to print, since reading them online is a pain in the ass.
When the bulletins are up on the MedX site I will make an announcement here. Apologies to all for the delays, but I'm insanely busy a work.