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Zenontheterrible

http://www.T-Nation.com/...c.do?id=1596243

It seems like alot of volume... but on the other hand all those guys who post articles like this have way bigger muscles than me so, i dunno what to say?
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Ciccio

Zenontheterrible wrote:
http://www.T-Nation.com/...c.do?id=1596243

It seems like alot of volume... but on the other hand all those guys who post articles like this have way bigger muscles than me so, i dunno what to say?


Way bigger? I dunno, he's in very good shape, yes. But overly impressive, no.

And actually it's a very high frequency (every day) with rather low volume. I posted somewhere here before that I made some crazy experiment a few months ago where I trained 4days in a row, 6 sets fullbody to failure WITH rushing between sets (resting <=15seconds). I almost died on the 4th workout. But I think I could have lastet more workouts with longer rest and/or NTF.

I could keep reps the same or even increase on some exercises. I lost some fat but that's all.
I don't think it's very efficient to gain lean, at least I didn't.

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Butters

That's the hardcore plan using the kettle bells like the author. Don't forget your mandatory Surge or you will see NO gains at all bro.

Surge is the key to why all T-Nation programs work so great. Oh yeah, you'll also get a lot bigger due to glycogen over compensation from the extremely high volume of the program.

Unfortunately, the minute you stop the program, most of the gains will go away. So it's best to never change from his program for the rest of your life.
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Acerimmer1

Butters wrote:
That's the hardcore plan using the kettle bells like the author. Don't forget your mandatory Surge or you will see NO gains at all bro.

Surge is the key to why all T-Nation programs work so great. Oh yeah, you'll also get a lot bigger due to glycogen over compensation from the extremely high volume of the program.

Unfortunately, the minute you stop the program, most of the gains will go away. So it's best to never change from his program for the rest of your life.


Sounds a bit like Hatfields ABC training with a planned deconditioning phase. A,B,C is interesting.
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