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This is one of 93 photos of Andy McCutcheon that are used in The New High-Intensity Training to illustrate the recommended exercises.

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Joshua Trentine

Ohio, USA

i think the lower back development comes from THE MedX medical lumbar, i use that only once every 3rd week or so.
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southbeach

Joshua Trentine wrote:
i think the lower back development comes from THE MedX medical lumbar, i use that only once every 3rd week or so.


Fantastic..

The FKC cult says it is useless ;)
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Joshua Trentine

Ohio, USA

its great, i had severe back problems in my 20's, i have been using it since 1998, no problems since, great development back there too.
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southbeach

Joshua Trentine wrote:
its great, i had severe back problems in my 20's, i have been using it since 1998, no problems since, great development back there too.


great testament to ISOLATION!

how can anyone expect to rehab a part if you can't isolate it??

rehab is just bodybuilding aimed at a specific part. the goal is to "build" the injured part into a normal functional unit.

Bodybuilding and rehab are part and parcel the same goal.
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southbeach

i should say... rehab is just bodybuilding aimed at a specific part. the goal is to "build" the injured part into a normal STRONGER functional unit.
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markh

Great pics everyonr.
Here`s a few of mine

Mark H
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markh

another
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markh

and a shot from the gym
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MDieguez

southbeach
Notice that Josh deadlifts as well.
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southbeach

MDieguez wrote:
southbeach
Notice that Josh deadlifts as well.


notice what built markh's HUGE quads ;)
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Turpin

Incredible definition ! Thanks for posting .

T.
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dhitquinn

southbeach wrote:
MDieguez wrote:
southbeach
Notice that Josh deadlifts as well.

notice what built markh's HUGE quads ;)


1 picture doesnt 'prove' what built his quads il bet he squats as well
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Joshua Trentine

Ohio, USA

Mark H is an awesome Natural bodybuilder, hes 40+ too.

great "X" FRAME
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Danabolism

a couple weeks out from last year's contest...
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SteveHIT

southbeach wrote:
MDieguez wrote:
southbeach
Notice that Josh deadlifts as well.

notice what built markh's HUGE quads ;)


Notice that you're still a skinny internet lifter.
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Turpin

You Look great `Danabolism` , quite a `complete` look .
How do you train ?

T.
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MDieguez

Mark H----Shredded!
Danabolism---looking thick, what is your training like these days? I remember you using some Mentzer consolidation stuff and then later switching to DC.
Mike
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Joshua Trentine

Ohio, USA

ive seen Dan in person too, another very good natural bodybuilder, a little work on the posing and he'll go far
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markh

Danabolism wrote:
a couple weeks out from last year's contest...


Looking in very good shape there Dan

Mark
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markh

Thanks for the comments everyone

For the record my legs always look their best when i include BOTH a leg extension (preferably Nautilus or Medx) and a heavy compound movement (leg press/squat etc) in my routine

Mark H
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SteveHIT

Turpin, Joshua, Glynn, AceHIT, mark, Dan, Great job!! well done!!

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dhitquinn

stevehit wrote:
southbeach wrote:
MDieguez wrote:
southbeach
Notice that Josh deadlifts as well.

notice what built markh's HUGE quads ;)


Notice that you're still a skinny internet lifter.


Steve not again soon every thread will be the squat vs the leg extension

ps the squat wins easy but keep it to yourself LOL
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Joshua Trentine

Ohio, USA

stevehit wrote:
Turpin, Joshua, Glynn, AceHIT, mark, Dan, Great job!! well done!!




Steve, THANKS !
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Balance

Michael Petrella wrote:
About a year ago Scott had a thread asking the same thing. About 20-30 people posted.
I couldn't find it. Perhaps Scott know what he titled and we can bump it back up.

Michael


Scott's thread can be found here: http://www.drdarden.com/...ic.do?id=515479
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Turpin

markh wrote:
Thanks for the comments everyone

For the record my legs always look their best when i include BOTH a leg extension (preferably Nautilus or Medx) and a heavy compound movement (leg press/squat etc) in my routine

Mark H


I agree , I had to leave compound movements for the legs out for a lengthy period of time due to a lower back issue and my legs suffered a drastic loss of size ( & a degree of definition too IMO ) , however once I resumed compound movements again ( leg press ) both size and definition returned .... ( although MY definition is no where near your incredible condition Mark )
Pic 1; was when squatting heavy.
Pic 2; Isolation work only
Pic 3 on returning to compound work by way of leg presses

Best wishes T.

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