Dorian Yates style HIT training
- 07-09-2013, 09:33 PM
- 07-09-2013, 09:49 PM
That's what I'm doing now I'm loving it and seeing great results. Its a good way to stay lean while bulking up but your diet has to be on point man it really does
- 07-10-2013, 04:10 AM
It's kinda like old Mentzer stuff. Low rep, low set, forced reps, etc. etc. super high intensity stuff. Some guys seem to do okay with it, some guys need more volume with less intensity to stave off CNS burnout perhaps. Which I think is one of the reasons it does not work great for many. It is not magic, or a magic way to train.
I did that stuff and really did not notice any huge difference from my reg volume/frequency stuff, but I had already been rather advanced and any big gains in BW, were going to come mostly from lots more eating.
I might guess the best approach would be, to do it for say 6 weeks, then go back to a more middle of the road, reg vol and frequency program.
Remember too, these guys were using PEDS, so recovery and or most any type resistance, will produce above any natural outcomes.
07-10-2013, 06:26 AM
it al comes down to intensity. Some are able to go far beyond what others consider failure.
Some think they train intens, but still stick to the comfort zone...for them this style doesn't work.
Dorian and Mike were masters of intensity.....
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