As I wrap up week one there are several key bits of information I am carrying into week two. All in all Strength is up Body weight is up 200.6lbs ( just under 2 pounds gain) Frequency is definitely to be questioned at this point since as my strength and intensity increases I am experiencing […]
As I have been in this beautiful Iron Game since the age of fourteen I truly miss the old magazines, waiting for the issues to show up at local bookstores ( well before B&N became the only bookstores), the mail order supplement companies that would ship my Beverly liver tabs, Aminos and Protein (giving me […]
Nice title huh? Cheesy yes! I know. This mornings workout was a HIT Heavy Duty Shoulder / Bicep & Tricep day. Since I am leaving all pressing to Chest workouts which will also fatigue the anterior deltoids I am focusing on lateral and posterior deltoids . What I am attempting to implement in my version […]
Arthur Jones famous quote is today’s title and how absolutely TRUE The early morning HIT session was Back/ Traps/Chest. Yes, I made the decision to switch up things a bit. I was up at 4:30am and below is my bullet list and actual workout Upon waking 1 serving Organic beets powder with 24oz lemon water […]
Mid set at Golds Gym Venice #GoldsGym
As I prepare to embark on a 6 week course of Heavy Duty training there are some subjects to cover as well as a plan to lay out so I can document the results and post a program snapshot. First and foremost is the need for a training partner. I will be going to war […]
One thing that remains a absolute cult favorite and justifiably so is the attachment many Old Schoolers’ have for the Nautilus Pullover machine which has developed a mystique for its role as a core element in some of the sports greatest backs namely Mike Mentzer and Dorian Yates. If you can locate a Old School […]
Mike Mentzer was a “anti establishment” Bodybuilding legend. In this first article I review methodology of the man whom I trained with in the late ’90s.