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    Presently to-failure training doesn't help me add...

    Presently to-failure training doesn't help me add weight to the bar any faster than non-failure training. As training to failure is much more draining, I'm content to forego it. My 2 cents.
  2. In years of training past I had gotten to a 275...

    In years of training past I had gotten to a 275 lb squat and 900 lb leg press. Neither of these are substantial weight, but there was definitely some re-gains for the first month and a half. I made...
  3. Nice call. I used SS and went from a back...

    Nice call.

    I used SS and went from a back squat of 155 lbs x 5 -> 405 lbs x 1 in about 3 months @ BW 230 lbs. Impossible? Hardly. Do everything right. Winners do what the losers don't. ...
  4. The submaxing is critical to lifters of moderate...

    The submaxing is critical to lifters of moderate and advanced training age. If your training age is "beginner" you can push it some more, because at "beginner" your exertion will not overrun your...
  5. Keep in mind the context of the 15's: To...

    Keep in mind the context of the 15's: To establish connective tissue. The 15's are not intended for muscle building. This is why Faz is saying they are beneficial to your elbow. The 15's will...
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    oRenky, I am 6 foot 4 230lbs. My chest also...

    oRenky,

    I am 6 foot 4 230lbs. My chest also responds very well. Just a set or two of flat bench and it grows
    Reliably. The thrust of training by volume load is that your size has directly...
  7. Update: I've abondoned Prelipin's chart for now....

    Update: I've abondoned Prelipin's chart for now. Let it be known I was using the original version for a beginning powerlifting routine. There are several adaptations of the chart that may work for...
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    There was a metastudy done that showed a strong...

    There was a metastudy done that showed a strong correlation between reps and hypertrophy. The ideal range is 40 - 60. Don't get carried away with that result. Obviously you would need to be very...
  9. It's good to have you aboard fellow bodybuilding...

    It's good to have you aboard fellow bodybuilding student. Please ask the forum any questions you have.
    Train smart.

    -Q
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    Dan is still around. I think he is oversees atm....

    Dan is still around. I think he is oversees atm. He recently posted a week or two back.
    I'd like to hear what he has to say about any new research.
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    John Berardi at precisionnutrition.com worked out...

    John Berardi at precisionnutrition.com worked out a method of high caloric turnover to increase LBM.
    He calls it g-flux. I believe it requires a minimum of 10hrs of exercise per week. What you...
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    6-8 weeks. Your first cycle is 8, your following...

    6-8 weeks. Your first cycle is 8, your following cycles are 6.



    Lowering the weight only. As an example, a negative bench press would be you lowering the weight and then having spotters pick...
  13. I've never seen anyone try this before. You...

    I've never seen anyone try this before. You could do dips and use the bands to provide assitance during the 8-12's.

    -Q
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    Nice! Hey Dan are we gonna see any write ups...

    Nice! Hey Dan are we gonna see any write ups from you soon? I really liked your old website.

    -QP
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    Its not too soon. HST is good for beginner or...

    Its not too soon. HST is good for beginner or advanced.



    Don't SD. Start your HST.

    -Q
  16. You can get around bent over rows by doing chest...

    You can get around bent over rows by doing chest supported rows. If your gym doesn't have this equipment you can do one-handed DB rows. Be sure to bear weight on the non working arm!

    You can get...
  17. 1. Check out Charles Poliquin's calf program. ...

    1. Check out Charles Poliquin's calf program. Supposedly he used it for an Olympic skiier to give the guys knees a cushion while downhill skiing (!)

    2. Look into Reg Park and Arnold. Reg...
  18. The below article is titled: Exercise and protein...

    The below article is titled: Exercise and protein nutrition --The science of muscle hypertrophy: making dietary protein count. Its from the 2011 Proceedings of Nutrition Society....
  19. There are many studies confirming the value of...

    There are many studies confirming the value of post-workout nutrition. To answer your question, I have one for you:
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    Training is complicated. The Bulgarian lifters...

    Training is complicated. The Bulgarian lifters can train that was because 1: They are training different biomotor abilities than we (bodybuilders) are and 2: They are at an elite stage of...
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    I think you should clean up your diet with lean...

    I think you should clean up your diet with lean meats like chicken and fish and slow digesting carbs like brown rice and whole grain oatmeal. These foods have always been good to us. Next I would...
  22. As I understand it, losing arch at the bottom can...

    As I understand it, losing arch at the bottom can be hamstring inflexibility. That's my recall from Rippetoe's SS. It can also be a lack of coordination in that area. Rippetoe recommends going...
  23. You can get protein any way you want -- soya...

    You can get protein any way you want -- soya drink, milk, protein powders -- they are going to do the same thing. One is not better than another. Simply decide which source gives you the most...
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    Ah ha! I understand now. Yes yes. Now I...

    Ah ha! I understand now.



    Yes yes. Now I agree.

    -Q
  25. I think feeling energized vs. fatigued is a good...

    I think feeling energized vs. fatigued is a good indicator of what got accomplished. If the training stress is sufficient we usually feel energized. If the stress is too much we feel like sleeping...
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