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hit4me wrote:
Ellington Darden wrote:
hit4me wrote:
Dr. Darden

just read an article you wrote on TNATION "5 MINUTE QUAD WORKOUT THAT MIGHT KILL YOU"....this seems very interesting and I may try it, would I do only legs on this day or is this done along with the rest of the body?

thx, dan

Dan,

How do you think I will answer your question?

Ellington




Ellington,

I would think you would answer in this way.....after a two to three minute rest, continue on with the rest of the body as described in the killing fat book

dan


Correct. Good job.

Ellington

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hit4me

Florida, USA

Ellington Darden wrote:
hit4me wrote:
Ellington Darden wrote:
hit4me wrote:
Dr. Darden

just read an article you wrote on TNATION "5 MINUTE QUAD WORKOUT THAT MIGHT KILL YOU"....this seems very interesting and I may try it, would I do only legs on this day or is this done along with the rest of the body?

thx, dan

Dan,

How do you think I will answer your question?

Ellington




Ellington,

I would think you would answer in this way.....after a two to three minute rest, continue on with the rest of the body as described in the killing fat book

dan

Correct. Good job.

Ellington



would love to see other articles on how you would specialize the other body parts
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sngb240

Ontario, CAN

Really enjoyed this book as well as many of your previous. Have applied many principles from your New HIT book for years now, especially for specialized HIT routines. Could these specialized HIT principles (to bring up a lagging body-part) be adapted to the Killing Fat resistance training portion of the program?
In other words, could I do some of your specialized HIT routines, for example, using the 30-10-30 principle for the straight set (while observing the recommended supersets, drops sets, etc. [where applicable] along with the other advanced techniques as described in New HIT training)?
My feeling is you would say it is acceptable to adapt the program in such a manner - especially if one has been doing the Killing Fat program beyond the first few months. Thanks
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Ellington Darden

sngb240 wrote:
Really enjoyed this book as well as many of your previous. Have applied many principles from your New HIT book for years now, especially for specialized HIT routines. Could these specialized HIT principles (to bring up lagging body-parts) be adapted to the Killing Fat resistance training portion of the program?
In other words, could I do some of your specialized HIT routines using the 30-10-30 principle for straight sets (or the superset routines and techniques as described in New HIT training)?
My feeling is you would say it is acceptable to adapt the program in such a manner - especially if one has been doing the Killing Fat program beyond the first few months. Thanks


Yes, that's good thinking.

Ellington

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