The late Mike Mentzer won the Mr. Universe contest in , and he used Mentzer obviously thought high-intensity training a superior way to. The original high-intensity training system gets an update for today’s gym warrior. Duty training system, Mike Mentzer (–) had only one goal. This way the primary movers, the larger muscles of the group, will do. The principles behind Mike Mentzer’s high-intensity workout system. Rest- pause is another excellent method of transcending failure. Divide your body parts .
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Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 30 of High-Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way Ive heard really good things about this book and I am looking for a new and challenging routine.
High-Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way
Has anyone used this program before? Ive heard really good things about this book and I am looking for a new and challenging routine. Last edited by GerryHitman; at Its only a great way to train if it works for you.
It may, it may not. Many respond better to multi sets not to failure. The best advice anyone can give you is try it and see how it goes, then try a multi set not to failure routine and see what you think works best for your body as an individual.
You just changed your life for the better at a early age. Hit training is great and i love it. One set to failure is harder than 2 sets and its the hardness of it which i love more than anything.
Ive been doing hit training for so long i played tennis in 95 degree weather today for 3 hours and it didnt even phase me while the other boys couldn’t hack it. Hit makes you tougher mentally and physically. Last edited by britlifter; at Originally Posted by britlifter. Half the work is harder than twice the work? No sense in that at all. It’ll help you greatly. Originally Posted by GerryHitman.
With a little thinking we could figure out he meant 1 set to failure is harder than 2 sets not to failure. Did the advise your giving help you Britlifter?
What are your results, what gains have you made? I would like to see some clear photos of your progress and results. I think it is very rude of you britlifter to come into a thread that someone is asking about HIT training and have you asking him to look over your thread that is wa HIT related.
The original Arthur Jones workout is full body very difficult to complete the full body taking all sets to failure. Please stop advising people on programs you have never performed yourself DC training was said to be not HIT by Dante and for advanced intensith only. Not good advise britlifter. The book he has is very good and he would be wise to use it. You need a chill pill dude! I quess you were right when you said HIT gives steroid like results, because you’re sure showing the signs of aggression that comes from steriods use!
Originally Posted by Stanco. Hey brit, are you from england?
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How come you don’t post on uk muscle. Most of the big guys there train with some form of HIT. I’m sure if you just read some stuff they say over there, you wouldn’t be spending all day lntensity to dispute HIT’ers.
Try it and you’ll make good progress for about a month. Then after that things will fall apart. Originally Posted by wookalark. Define ” Some sort of HIT “? Most of them train each exercise one set to failure.
All their routines are different which is why i say some form of HIT. But most of them train with progressive warm up sets to 1 set to failure with low volume each week. Sort of dorian yates style training. I don’t know, why don’t you give it a look? Originally Posted by a-dog.
Tried this program on different occasions and got the same ihtensity each time. I’ve seen friends wau it and the results were similar to mine. You just have to try it and see. Just be careful and watch out for CNS fatigue.
High-Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way by Mike Mentzer
The problem most people have with HIT is that they are not advanced enough to train at an intensity that it would take for HIT to be productive. Even with DC, Dante turns away beginners and even some intermediate trainers because they do not yet have the ability to train at an optimal intensity like and intenxity lifter could.
Originally Posted by Orlando Gerry’s right on this, DC is for advanced lifters only with several years of intensity training under their belt. Originally Posted by Fury So while I may not use all DC’s methods, I would base it around the basic template.
You HIT the nail right on the head.
Jonson You are spot on mate, couldn’t have put it better myself, you have described the “Jedi” perfectly. And we all know traiming few on this board Will rep on recharge. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del.