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    Anyone try Dogg Crapp Training?


    Just trying to get some opinions about it and a few others. What the upside to each?

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    I've ran it once and I like it but I seems to not get warmed up enough to hit my target weight, but then it becomes a hour long lifting session which I don't have time for at times.

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    Love it. The best.

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    I responded well. Make sure you eat and recover well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthersby View Post
    Love it. The best.
    Awesome. Thinking about going back to it.

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    I've tried 3 cycles and responded well. My goals have shifted to strength training alone, which is better addressed in other programs, but DC training will get you big and strong.

    My biggest recommendation; run it as written, do not bastardize it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drinkyboy View Post
    I responded well. Make sure you eat and recover well.
    Eating isn't an issue thats for sure. Sleep, a different issue, teething 7 month olds can drain ya lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by CincyKiller45 View Post
    I've tried 3 cycles and responded well. My goals have shifted to strength training alone, which is better addressed in other programs, but DC training will get you big and strong.

    My biggest recommendation; run it as written, do not bastardize it.
    Nice! Yeah I ran it by the book last time. Just need to get a good spotter to run it with.

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    I modify it until it's unrecognizable. Maybe I'll do it right this time around.

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    I've ran it through three times for a 12 week cycle each time and found some pretty significant hypertrophy results. The key is by doing the rest/pause you're activating your slow twitch fibers near the end of the sets and since the fast twitch was worked a lot during the first set - you're accomplishing both fiber types being trained (so it's basically getting the best of both high/low reps).

    I wouldn't try the rest/pause technique with squats or deadlifts (injuries waiting to happen), but with other movements you'll really notice a huge difference if you do it right. Just remember to continue using the progressive overload principle, which in this case can be used efficiently through volume increments gradually over a period.
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    DC Training is definitely legit! If over 35 make sure to use the recommendations for that age group which basically increases the rep ranges to keep the joints safe.
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    Agree with the rest - really valuable, effective program. Very fun as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    DC Training is definitely legit! If over 35 make sure to use the recommendations for that age group which basically increases the rep ranges to keep the joints safe.
    I wasn't aware there was a recommendation for people over 35. I'll have to reread it bc I'm 32 lol. Since I workout solo, I may have to re think doing DC anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThinkbigAX View Post
    I wasn't aware there was a recommendation for people over 35. I'll have to reread it bc I'm 32 lol. Since I workout solo, I may have to re think doing DC anyway.
    Lots of guys in your age bracket and above follow DC; it's just that for injury prevention choosing a higher rest-pause rep scheme is necessary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThinkbigAX View Post

    I wasn't aware there was a recommendation for people over 35. I'll have to reread it bc I'm 32 lol. Since I workout solo, I may have to re think doing DC anyway.
    You need a training partner for this program unless you do it modified(I did solo, and still loved it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthersby View Post
    You need a training partner for this program unless you do it modified(I did solo, and still loved it)
    I did most of the heavier training on Hammer Strength when training alone. Works perfectly!
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    I think just the static holds and negatives you can't really do as effectively. I used smith and hammer strength more often than I normally would.

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    Yeah I don't do the forced negatives unless I have a partner.
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    I did it and I responded very well to it. Go for it, man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThinkbigAX View Post
    Just trying to get some opinions about it and a few others. What the upside to each?
    Did it once for 2 months and got stronger as well as bigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrKleen73 View Post
    I did most of the heavier training on Hammer Strength when training alone. Works perfectly!
    Yeah, I have no issue with doing the machines for sure. Safer for sure.

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    DC is awesome!! I dont think I know a single person that has done it correctly and not had amazing gains!
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    I had to change it so much it wasn't even funny, but even still I found it to be very effective. The whole concept and the main ideas are wonderful and I still utilize them. 20 - 30 minutes at the gym each day, can't beat that.

    Having no spotter, bad shoulders and following a CBL meal plan forced me to have to adjust a whole lot of it, though.
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    After this cut, if I don't jump into my show prep, I'll probably jump back into it.

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    Where can I find this DC regimen ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beastmode33 View Post
    Where can I find this DC regimen ?
    Google Dogg Crapp Training.

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    Not my cup of tea but maybe for a short period of time.
    Im more of a linear progression kind of trainee.
    Small steps over a very long period usally keeps you injury free and aawith descent results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthersby View Post
    Google Dogg Crapp Training.
    The creator has his own site about the training, so Google it and it should pop-up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ministry View Post
    Not my cup of tea but maybe for a short period of time.
    Im more of a linear progression kind of trainee.
    Small steps over a very long period usally keeps you injury free and aawith descent results.
    I understand! Thats all I felt I could stand it the first time i tried it. But it is something to try as a change up for a bit. IMO.

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