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"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
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junior61

I was inspired by your knowledge on resistance training and diet.I have all your books and I just bought your new book. Thanks to you I started a low calorie diet, stopped doing cardio to burn the excess calories,and started with a cybex circuit that trains every major body part with a basic exercise.I started a diet that you emphasize,low calorie diet using the 4 food groups, Wow I'm already seeing my abs!And using machines is better than dead weight!You have open my eyes to the truth.Thank you!My health is great and I can take my shirt off at the beach! Thank you from Miami, Arnold
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Ellington Darden

mnmwagoner wrote:
Dr. Darden, do you advise for or against pausing/resting for seconds at the end of a movement to get in more reps? For example, when I was doing bench press tonight I pushed through to get 12 reps. I hung up the bar for about 5 seconds and thought "I can do more." I did 2 more, hung up the bar for another 5 seconds and thought "I can do more." I did one more and had to hang up the bar just above my chest. Thank goodness for Smith machines and safety catches.


I'm not for doing rest-pause reps. Most of the time, you are not making a deeper inroad. You are simply resting, recovering, and repeating the same level of inroad. That's not an efficient method of training.

Ellington
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junior61

Dr.Darden You have through your books have shone me how to eat and train,and I have gotten better results than when I took steroids.My question is,I had a car accident and I had both hips replaced,I am back in the gym but I can't do squats.Will leg press work?












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junior61

junior61 wrote:
I was inspired by your knowledge on resistance training and diet.I have all your books and I just bought your new book. Thanks to you I started a low calorie diet, stopped doing cardio to burn the excess calories,and started
training with cybex machines that trains every major body part with a basic exercise.I started a diet that you emphasize,low calorie diet using the 4 food groups, Wow I'm already seeing my abs!And using machines is better than dead weight!You have open my eyes to the truth.Thank you!My health is great and I can take my shirt off at the beach! Thank you from Miami, Arnold


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Ellington Darden

junior61 wrote:
Dr.Darden You have through your books have shone me how to eat and train,and I have gotten better results than when I took steroids.My question is,I had a car accident and I had both hips replaced,I am back in the gym but I can't do squats.Will leg press work?

Try the leg presses. If you do them slowly and smoothly, they should work.

Ellington














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