Workout Routines

Discussion in 'Training Forum' started by Ozzy619, Aug 6, 2014.

  1. skywalker33

    skywalker33 Member

    Also to go along with those links here is an entire ebook for HST. Its a great read and it really delves into the some recent studies on muscle hypertrophy and their real life applications.

    https://www.lbs.co.il/LabTests/HST_Faq_book.pdf
     
  2. Ozzy619

    Ozzy619 Member

  3. BIGMESC

    BIGMESC Member

    My mistake
    First one is from Millard and has a nice link to a simple description of the training.
    Second one is old but from Bryan Haycock himself

    https://thinksteroids.com/community/threads/bodybuilding-goals-for-2014.134348197/page-2#post-981785

    https://thinksteroids.com/community/threads/what-is-hst-how-is-it-different.4914/
     
  4. raysugar1234

    raysugar1234 Member

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  5. Jackson

    Jackson Member

    Do you guys highly recommend doing hit cardio when being on a cut diet, how many times a week and if anything what do you guys have best experience with?
     
  6. Xlgx

    Xlgx Member

    I have never done hiit cardio. I have and continue to do miss cardio. Moderate intensity steady state at around 130bom.
     
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  7. BIGMESC

    BIGMESC Member

    I was able to do 2 45-60min hit sessions along with a 4 day a week split when healthy and on cycle, but that was my limit.

    There were some rapid body changes but some of the weights on my lifts suffered, went down.
     
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  8. p-lethal

    p-lethal Member

    HST looks interesting. For those who have used this program when "blasting" how is the volume? Too Low?
     
  9. raysugar1234

    raysugar1234 Member


    It was for me.
     
  10. p-lethal

    p-lethal Member

    Anyone use fortitude training?
     
  11. dnoyez

    dnoyez Member

    I havnt used fortitude training my self,just yet.I looked into it and from the details I could find it is somewhat like the late titan training program tweaked and a lot of scott stevensons ideas in there.I sent him an email to inquire about minimum requirements as far as equipment goes and he responded to tell me it is a good idea to have machines or cables on hand for the volume portions of the fortitude system.So im having to hold back as I have only freeweights here at the home,plenty of steel for sure.But not the right tools to do the program correctly.Otherwise I would had deff picked up the manual.I know the guy is jacked and trained balls to the wall dc style with david henry back in the day.
     
  12. Xlgx

    Xlgx Member

    Scott Stevenson is one smart cookie but that program is way beyond my comprehension lol
     
  13. p-lethal

    p-lethal Member

    O man going to dig into the specifics tomorrow this should b fun then lol
     
  14. Xlgx

    Xlgx Member

    I personally like DC as well as some programs from Charles poliquin and milos Sarcev
     
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  15. raysugar1234

    raysugar1234 Member


    Yeah I love my cable machine, I had only free weights for a long time but I bought a plate loaded cable machine and it's really nice. It has a low and a high pulley and you can do countless exercises with it. I use it after I do my free weight exercises and I absolutely love it for abs. Cable crunches are great you can squeeze and hold stomach contractions and it works wonders. My abs are looking better than ever. So if you have a power rack that you can attach a plate loaded machine to I would definitely recommend it. I debated on whether or not to get it but I'm so happy I did, it was only like 300 bucks and it attaches to the back of my rack and takes Olympic weights. Those rope push downs are great that's really the main reason I bought it but now that I have it I use it a lot more than I thought I would. There is not much I cannot do in my home gym, I even recently grabbed some bands and I'm liking them too.
     
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  16. p-lethal

    p-lethal Member

    just finished looking over the fortitude training protocol. doesn't look to complicated. i'm cruising right now so I am going to start next week with the basic plan/tier 1 to get a feel for it. when i blast next month i'll use the higher volume plan.
     
  17. p-lethal

    p-lethal Member

    yeah i have not used DC yet but it's definitely on my radar. any links to the programs you like from charles and milos?
     
  18. Xlgx

    Xlgx Member

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  19. Xlgx

    Xlgx Member

    Anytime. With milos routine I like to do the heavier set first followed by a lighter set.