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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
Old-School Results supplies
MUCH of that "something."

 

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HamsFitness

If you had no restrictions what so ever (be they financial,time,effort, equipment etc etc) in the type of training you did for strength and size what would it be?

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I would get a cloning device, to have my own Arthur Jones clone as a PT.

Then I would get my own gym, with the best Nautilus and MedX equipment, as well as free weights, and have Mr. Jones put me through hell. Maybe id pay the IART guys to come over and instruct me on Jreps aswell.

:-D
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AShortt

Ontario, CAN

I'd live in Sudbury, Canada and have Johnston train me at the IART clinic.

Regards,
ANdrew
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Grizz133

Louisiana, USA

I would build a time machine and go back to 84 and start training under Jones in Fla. when I was 17. I would live there till I was @ 20 and compete for a while, win the O and retire at 30. Buy Nautilus and teach people HIT and further develope Mr Jones equipment.
I would reintroduce the behind the neck lat machine;-)
And because there are no limits I would buy Weider out and slowly change the world of HVT to HIT. HAHAHA
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Cherry

Wizard wrote:
If you had no restrictions what so ever (be they financial,time,effort, equipment etc etc) in the type of training you did for strength and size what would it be?



First, I would sample all equipment from all the various manufacturers choosing those pieces that best applied the resistance and best fit MY idiosyncratic strength curve.

Choosing only the best in equipment, I would then do an ECCENTRIC ONLY ROUTINE hiring two people to lift the resistance in place for me.

Does it get any better than this?

:)))
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ryansergent

Kansas, USA

I would have included deadlifts in my workouts 20 years ago and moved to Indiana to train with John Christy.

I would also like a pony and a better personality to go with it...A white pony with blue eyes that could smile. yea, and I want to be allowed to stay up past 10 on school nights to watch Love Boat reruns...sigh.

Ryan

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HamsFitness

Loving the responses :)

Was thinking more in terms of training as opposed to trainers but its all good:)

Was thinking I would see more people opt for negative only training though!
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chaire

North Carolina, USA

Wizard,
I would have all Eccentric Edge equipment and some old nautilus (the good stuff) and have Drew Baye to train me. But wait I have all of that except Drew. Drew move to NC and be my trainer.
God Bless,
Charlie
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HamsFitness

chaire wrote:
Wizard,
I would have all Eccentric Edge equipment and some old nautilus (the good stuff) and have Drew Baye to train me. But wait I have all of that except Drew. Drew move to NC and be my trainer.
God Bless,
Charlie


Cheers Charlie, I take it your negative only training is working out well for you then!?
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Drew Baye

Florida, USA

Wizard wrote:
If you had no restrictions what so ever (be they financial,time,effort, equipment etc etc) in the type of training you did for strength and size what would it be?



I'd buy a machine shop and outfit it with state of the art equipment, a powder-coating facility, and an upholstery shop, and a computer lab, and hire Phil Sencil from MedX, hire Greg Webb from Nautilus, and hire Randy Reindfleish from Eccentric Edge to work on a full line of selectorized, computerized Eccentric Edge machines, which would have testing capability and record and chart various aspects of workout performance.

I'd have them build a limited, miniature line for my son, so when he's 7 or 8 he can start doing a few basic compound exercises.

The machines' computers would provide me feedback via a small screen built into the lenses on a pair of goggles (wireless of course), including a visual reference to keep my movement speed consistent.

I have a crapload of other things I'd love to do, but I can't talk about any of them at present (possible commercial value and all that).

I'd put them all in a large, soundproof room with white walls, floors, and ceilings and bright overhead lights, kept at about 65 degrees F.

I would have an additional room dedicated to pre-workout meditation for getting myself in the proper mental state for all-out effort.

I'd build an onsite lab and kitchen and hire a registered dietitian and gourmet chef to plan and prepare my meals and snacks.

I'd buy a bodpod for body composition measurement and a Korr ReeVue for metabolic testing (we actually have one coming here soon).
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