Push/Pull Concept I Came up With
11-09-2004 06:41 PM
Originally Posted by Dr. Gonzo
Mr. first time Poster, Dr. Gonzo;
You need to validate that dismissing statement with an explanation of Why it's not good. Users are getting effective results, and the contrary argument is?
This is not BB.com; hit and and run is not the standard here, explain,please.
11-10-2004 02:55 PM
Easy kids, play nice.
I apologize for being the plagiarism police on my first post...but I find it a bit disheartening when people claim a concept as their own when it is a blatant rip off of another strength coach.
Why yes, supersoldier, you renamed the phrase "Hip Dom't" to "Pull", and the phrase "Quad Dom't" to "Push" so I guess the concept is now yours.
For those of you not familiar with Ian King's works, he often advises a split divided up into 6 sections:
Hip Dom't Legs
Quad Dom't Legs
King, however, chooses 2 or more of these divisions for each workout, thereby increasing the frequency of each body part to be trained which allows for a significant training response. Direct arm work is used when appropriate, usually divided up into movement patterns as well.
This is a concept I have used with great success for myself and clients for about 4 or 5 years now, so yes, I like it.
SS, you've now admitted familiarity with King's works...so I suppose that rules out coincidence...
01-29-2006 07:52 PM
This thread died... =/
anyway i was going to say i would test your workout =]
PM me. I have been looking for a push/pull/leg split and yours seems to be pretty good as long as i added more legs
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