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Dr Darden

Thanks very much.
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acas1959

Dr Darden
I have been using the 30 30 30 routines outined in your latest book with great success.
I also tried your advanced arms routine published a while back in IronMan magazine also with remarkable gains in size and strength.
I will be moving to London England where I will have access to the X- Force full line of machines.
What and advance bodybuilding routine using the X-Force machines could be like? What would you recommend Please advise.
Best regards
Alex
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Ellington Darden

acas1959 wrote:
Dr Darden
I have been using the 30 30 30 routines outined in your latest book with great success.
I also tried your advanced arms routine published a while back in IronMan magazine also with remarkable gains in size and strength.
I will be moving to London England where I will have access to the X- Force full line of machines.
What and advance bodybuilding routine using the X-Force machines could be like? What would you recommend Please advise.
Best regards
Alex


I'd say no more than 10 X-Force exercises performed twice a week.

Ellington

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acas1959

Thank you
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acas1959

just a follow up question, I assume that after a period of time I will have to train just once per week correct?

Also, is it possible to perform reverse curls using X-force equipment?

Many thanks Dr Darden
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Ellington Darden

acas1959 wrote:
just a follow up question, I assume that after a period of time I will have to train just once per week correct?

Also, is it possible to perform reverse curls using X-force equipment?

Many thanks Dr Darden


Yes, once a week on X-Force is definitely in your future. I haven't tried to do a reverse curl using X-Force. Sorry.

Ellington
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acas1959

Dr Darden

Have you seen this study

Resistance exercise load does not determine training-mediated hypertrophic gains in young men

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/...eport=printable


It appears that hypertrophy will occur even with light loads as long as the set is taking to failure. What's your take on this?

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