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Landau

Florida, USA

Since I cannot break through on the Hollier than thou Religious-Like attitudes over on BBS, I am going to make a point here. Since moving from 10/10 style training - this subject has shown remarkable progress and is athletic beyond your wildest expectations. Look for yourself! This picture was taken when subject was doing SS/Renex "protocol."
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farhad

Massachusetts, USA

Oh boy, here we go. Let's see how long it takes for "jitterbug" (aka, Ed) to respond. lol. Good job Dave!
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Landau

Florida, USA

Here is the same said subject when he decided to TRAIN the BODY.
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Landau

Florida, USA

The difference is awe inspiring!
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Landau

Florida, USA

The Pictures don't quite tell the whole story. He has to be seen in person to appreciate!
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Brian Johnston

Ontario, CAN

David, I think you might agree with me... when you 'train' the body the way it needs to be trained, in order to optimize hypertrophy, there's something to be said about achieving fatigue in a certain way. I'll leave it at that to avoid the peanut gallery from chiming in... but I know we're on a similar page in that regard, even if we do things differently. I have nothing against SS or RenEx, since there are so many different ways to train... why not that way? The chip on my shoulder is when it is portrayed as the 'ultimate' way to exercise, as though anything you possibly can get out of training (e.g., conditioning, strength, muscle) will be optimized through their ultimate protocol of application and their brand of machines... and anything less obvious is inferior. But what is not considered is that anyone with a superior physique is not done with their protocol and machines! Why that is ignored is beyond me... and I'm not talking about guys on steroids with better genetics not doing what they're doing... you are presenting a classic example right on this board... the same individual, but with a better response by way of a BETTER application.
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Landau

Florida, USA

Brian Johnston wrote:
David, I think you might agree with me... when you 'train' the body the way it needs to be trained, in order to optimize hypertrophy, there's something to be said about achieving fatigue in a certain way. I'll leave it at that to avoid the peanut gallery from chiming in... but I know we're on a similar page in that regard, even if we do things differently. I have nothing against SS or RenEx, since there are so many different ways to train... why not that way? The chip on my shoulder is when it is portrayed as the 'ultimate' way to exercise, as though anything you possibly can get out of training (e.g., conditioning, strength, muscle) will be optimized through their ultimate protocol of application and their brand of machines... and anything less obvious is inferior. But what is not considered is that anyone with a superior physique is not done with their protocol and machines! Why that is ignored is beyond me... and I'm not talking about guys on steroids with better genetics not doing what they're doing... you are presenting a classic example right on this board... the same individual, but with a better response by way of a BETTER application.


This is what I am talking about!
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BennyAnthonyOfKC

Missouri, USA

GREAT PICS, PECS & POST, LANDAU! :)
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frostyF

Arkansas, USA

Impressive! David,what does the man's diet look like?
Leon
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Landau

Florida, USA

frostyF wrote:
Impressive! David,what does the man's diet look like?
Leon


Leon: If I can tell you anything, is that he eats ("clean") way better than I do. I Never ask him in detail, but I have eaten Breakfast with him many times and he is meticulous about what he does eat.
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DSears

Landau wrote:
Here is the same said subject when he decided to TRAIN the BODY.


David,

No disrespect, but could you go in to more detail as to what you mean by "Train the Body"? I'm not sure as to what you are saying. Could you describe a workout or perhaps post a video?

His results are certainly impressive.

Thanks,

David
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marcrph

Portugal

More details?
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HeavyHitter32

DSears wrote:
Landau wrote:
Here is the same said subject when he decided to TRAIN the BODY.

David,

No disrespect, but could you go in to more detail as to what you mean by "Train the Body"? I'm not sure as to what you are saying. Could you describe a workout or perhaps post a video?

His results are certainly impressive.

Thanks,

David


I believe what Landau is saying is to train the muscles to get a desired effect instead of obsessing over the number of seconds it takes to complete a rep.
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Landau

Florida, USA

HeavyHitter32 wrote:
DSears wrote:
Landau wrote:
Here is the same said subject when he decided to TRAIN the BODY.

David,

No disrespect, but could you go in to more detail as to what you mean by "Train the Body"? I'm not sure as to what you are saying. Could you describe a workout or perhaps post a video?

His results are certainly impressive.

Thanks,

David

I believe what Landau is saying is to train the muscles to get a desired effect instead of obsessing over the number of seconds it takes to complete a rep.


This is Correct. No predetermined speed, just engage the desired muscles worked. Speeds are relatively slow after the fact, but he is addressing the muscles - the anatomy comes first and then as Arthur used to say - now go and find the Hardest Way in.......
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Brian Johnston

Ontario, CAN

Yes, train the muscle as opposed to train the skill. The latter is good if you want to join a circus.
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DNAHelix

New York, USA

Remarkable progress.
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Brian Johnston wrote:
David, I think you might agree with me... when you 'train' the body the way it needs to be trained, in order to optimize hypertrophy, there's something to be said about achieving fatigue in a certain way. I'll leave it at that to avoid the peanut gallery from chiming in... but I know we're on a similar page in that regard, even if we do things differently. I have nothing against SS or RenEx, since there are so many different ways to train... why not that way? The chip on my shoulder is when it is portrayed as the 'ultimate' way to exercise, as though anything you possibly can get out of training (e.g., conditioning, strength, muscle) will be optimized through their ultimate protocol of application and their brand of machines... and anything less obvious is inferior. But what is not considered is that anyone with a superior physique is not done with their protocol and machines! Why that is ignored is beyond me... and I'm not talking about guys on steroids with better genetics not doing what they're doing... you are presenting a classic example right on this board... the same individual, but with a better response by way of a BETTER application.


==Scott==
I agree with the chip on your shoulder.Well put!
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garethit

marcrph wrote:
More details?


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Come on Landau your teasing us! I know you've posted videos of this trainee before (Dr. Osbourn?) how about an update of what he's been doing training wise?

This is the type of stuff those of us with a real interest in HIT want to see, very inspiring and helps shut up the forum clowns and naysayers.

Keep up the good work!
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Landau

Florida, USA

garethit wrote:
marcrph wrote:
More details?

x2

Come on Landau your teasing us! I know you've posted videos of this trainee before (Dr. Osbourn?) how about an update of what he's been doing training wise?

This is the type of stuff those of us with a real interest in HIT want to see, very inspiring and helps shut up the forum clowns and naysayers.

Keep up the good work!


He actually did a 30/30/30 chin - but when he does it - he gets in there like a Freak
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Landau

Florida, USA

I meant BNP
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garethit

Landau wrote:
I meant BNP


Behind the neck pull up???
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Landau

Florida, USA

Something like that
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wayneee

Hi Brian,

Brian Johnston wrote:
Yes, train the muscle as opposed to train the skill. The latter is good if you want to join a circus.


Could you elaborate on this please ??? As it?s not an answer, nor is it understandable. Why not put down what you do for triceps and how many days do you rest in-between. Or if you could explain in another way fine.

Wayne


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Brian Johnston

Ontario, CAN

The constant practicing of the same movement performed in the same way, while trying to optimize the perfection of movement becomes a skill. The more you practice the same things over and over, the more skilled you become at them and the more reluctant the muscles will be to hypertrophy (viz., there is no need to hypertrophy since any progression made in load is controlled mostly by the nervous system). If this is not clear, then study the nervous system... how it is plastic and can alter to accommodate and enhance skill, from fine motor movements to large coordinated movements (as in weight training). There has been enough research on this, going back to the 1950s. What I do for my triceps is irrelevant (and would not clarify the above), since the above message tells you what NOT to do. From there, you need to figure out what YOU need to do.
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Landau

Florida, USA

Brian Johnston wrote:
The constant practicing of the same movement performed in the same way, while trying to optimize the perfection of movement becomes a skill. The more you practice the same things over and over, the more skilled you become at them and the more reluctant the muscles will be to hypertrophy (viz., there is no need to hypertrophy since any progression made in load is controlled mostly by the nervous system). If this is not clear, then study the nervous system... how it is plastic and can alter to accommodate and enhance skill, from fine motor movements to large coordinated movements (as in weight training). There has been enough research on this, going back to the 1950s. What I do for my triceps is irrelevant (and would not clarify the above), since the above message tells you what NOT to do. From there, you need to figure out what YOU need to do.


Nice!
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