Audio Interview With Bryan Haycock On Hst

Discussion in 'Hypertrophy-Specific Training (HST)' started by Relictrix, Aug 3, 2018.

  1. Relictrix

    Relictrix New Member

    Hi all,

    Interesting link here:


    Best Regards,

    Kim
     
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  2. _Simon_

    _Simon_ Active Member

    Ah cool, that's fairly new, had no idea! Thanks for that Kim, I'll definitely have a listen :)
     
  3. Relictrix

    Relictrix New Member

    No problem welcome. Indeed quiet new :).
     
  4. JonnyG11

    JonnyG11 New Member

    Great stuff, thanks for sharing.
     
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  5. NWlifter

    NWlifter Active Member

    It's great, I heard that a while ago, I just wish Bryan would do more interviews and write more articles.... (hint hint! lol)
     
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  6. nastynas33

    nastynas33 New Member

    The first time i found out about and did an HST cycle was 2004, so i've known about this for a while. It was great to finally hear this man speak. He is also very articulate. He should do this more (or maybe he has? if so, please drop the links).
     
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  7. Scubby

    Scubby New Member

    I've listened to this probably 15x's! I learned a ton! This helped me stop overthinking my programming. Bryan did a great job explaining his thinking process to HST. More interviews like this would be awesome!
     
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  8. Bryan Haycock

    Bryan Haycock Administrator Staff Member

    You guys are too generous with your compliments. Thank you for showing your appreciation though. This has always been a labor of love for me and its wonderful to feel like what your'e trying to do actually helps someone.

    I've actually done another interview recently with Dave Maconi for his "Brains and Gains with Dr. David Maconi" podcast. I'll let you know when it goes up.
     
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  9. Relictrix

    Relictrix New Member

    Hi,

    Fully agree, in the last 3 years I realize I overthought a lot, mostly feeded by too many motivation :). Placed the interview of "Brains and Gains with Dr. David Maconi" an a newr thread.
     
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