Mountaindog 2.0

Discussion in 'Training Forum' started by Wunderpus, Jul 18, 2016.

  1. Omegistosalex

    Omegistosalex Member

    If you want send me a message, i will hook you up
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  2. B Ware

    B Ware Member Supporter

    Some of the members here reached out and hooked me up. I truly appreciate everyone who did and thank you for offering. I guess everyone on this board isn’t a complete asshole :D

    I’m excited to start out with Creeping death 2. Of course I’ve modified it a bit. I can already tell it’s going to be one of my favorites. Only wish I was still on cycle to give it hell :mad:
  3. Btcowboy

    Btcowboy Member

    That's my favorite program if his so far. Glad you got hooked up.
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  4. showstoppa

    showstoppa Member Supporter

    Hey brother was away for a while. Sent you a message. I'll take care of any you need.

    Appreciate you donating to the cause. Anabolic lab is a great thing for everyone.
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  5. That was the program I started with also. Must say my back and legs grew significantly from that program. Honestly it was that program that taught me how to really smash legs.

    Edit: meant the first Creeping Death. The second one is good too. Great volume and exercise selection
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  6. Omegistosalex

    Omegistosalex Member

    I am running the taskmaster now, his programs are very well stractured
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  7. Scout8541

    Scout8541 Junior Member

    Is anyone wiling to share creeping death 2 please. I am getting ready to start a test,npp,eq,mast cycle and would like to log it using this workout. Thank you
  8. Avies48

    Avies48 Member

    If ur coming of an extended layoff of say 5-10 yrs would it even be worth it to try any of his programs? Now skinny fat...
  9. Cityofgrit

    Cityofgrit Member Supporter

    I don't see why it wouldn't be worth it
  10. AlwaysHungry

    AlwaysHungry Member

    I wouldnt run any of his programs after a 10 year lay off.
    These programs are fro interdimate and advanced.
    You will tax your body very much after a 10 year lay off and doing a meadows program probably you wont finish it

    You have not built intensity nor volume after 10 years lay off
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  11. I agree with you on this 98%
    He has two programs that I have run personally that are low volume and lower intensity than all of his others and that would be "Gamma Bomb" and even "Creeping Death 2". But the rest yes are absolutely all intermediate+ skill levels that a beginner or someone coming back from an extended period of time would have trouble recovering from without getting a few months of lifting back under their belt before jumping into one of those program .
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  12. Avies48

    Avies48 Member

    Thanks, ill check into gamma and creeping death 2
  13. Btcowboy

    Btcowboy Member

    I really liked Creeping Death 2
  14. SaneDog

    SaneDog Member

    I haven't. I'll be sure to check it out!
  15. showstoppa

    showstoppa Member Supporter

    Run the greyskull lp for 12-16 weeks first before jumping on something like this. Build your strength and body up first and get the gains that come with a linear progression program before jumping to something more advanced.
  16. Mutant_cocks

    Mutant_cocks Junior Member


    This link is a thread, scroll a little and there’s a mega drop of literally every single John Meadows program out right now.
    Have fun.
  17. Sworder

    Sworder Member

    Millard is such a cool guy for not banning your username. It's hilarious by the way. :)
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  18. snerhairot

    snerhairot Junior Member

    I'm looking for the individual bodypart training manuals from John Meadows... I have the leg training manual and a fuckton of other programs I am willing to trade.
  19. Millard Baker

    Millard Baker Member

    Just a reminder that posting hyperlinks to pirated content is prohibited. Support the niche content producers in the bodybuilding community. Don't steal from them.