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. T-Nation: What’s the difference between HIT, Mike Mentzer’s Heavy Duty, Darden: Let me put it this way, the s’ HIT routines are too long. Read “High-Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way” by Mike Mentzer with Rakuten Kobo. A PAPERBACK ORIGINAL High-intensity bodybuilding advice from.

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Ellington Darden took his place in bodybuilding history. Again, this requires appropriate teaching techniques and time.

High-Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way

You should build muscular size and strength generally, in the best-possible way with little regard to your sport. It’s an excellent book for the type of training. During a specific exercise, you use the same amount of resistance as before, but you simply stop the set two repetitions short of your best previous effort. Training With the Legends. And he never complained. That was Jones’s goal: Without that slight tearing, they won’t be receptive to developmental elements.

Many champion bodybuilders of the s and s applied whole-body routines for the majority of their workouts.

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Either way, most guys left with the impression, “Wow, that Nautilus HIT feels different from my previous training. Lists with This Book. At Kobo, mi,e try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.

Originally Posted by Fury December 13, Imprint: As much as any of those Mr. And, some of the ideas on training have been surpassed and others validated further.


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I remember reading and applying the routines of Red Lerrille, Mr. Read and learn from the master! Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Joel rated it really liked it Apr 24, Little Author John Little is known and respected in martial arts and film circles as the world’s foremost authority on the life and philosophy of Bruce Lee.

The measurements had to be taken cold not pumpedon the first contraction, with a thin newspaper strip marked with a steel ruler to avoid the typical tape shrinkageat right angles not slanted to the upper-arm bones, and with the newspaper strip pulled tight.

With bodybuilding, however, there’s no need to rush between exercises.

It seems the new “fad” or way of doing things in strength training now is to not train to failure, which is the opposite of HIT. You Are Your Own Gym. Mar 29, Gareth rated it it was amazing.

Feb 07, Christo van Wyk rated it it was amazing. Why is full-body training such a cornerstone of HIT? Jones pitched an insult his way and Butkus slowly put the weight down, wiped his mouth on his arm, continued the shoulder shrug in good form, and finished his last two exercises.

While Jones started a HIT revolution in the ‘s, by the mid’s, he’d lost interest and it began to wither away.

Would you like us to take another look at this review? You’ll get stronger, perform better athletically and get jit jacked. Gable was in peak shape when he visited in A profound book on building muscle and one that will not be appreciated for its gravity for many years.


During the impromptu presentation, the young man referred to high-intensity training using the acronym HIT.

Today we have strength coaches who think hlt is overtrained and strength coaches who think there’s no such thing as overtraining. Now almost 20 years later, most young bodybuilders have just heard of HIT, but they’ve never tried it.

Results 1 to 30 of A logically consistent philosophical treatise on High Intensity Training. In addition to sharing Mentzer’s workout and training techniques, featured here is fascinating biographical information and striking photos of the world-class bodybuilder—taken by noted professional bodybuilding photographers—that will inspire and instruct serious bodybuilders and weight lifters everywhere.

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I enjoyed this book very much, and it is one to keep and reread now and again. Your development is placed in your hands, not the hands of a personal trainer.

Find out more about OverDrive accounts. And we all know a few on this board Will rep on recharge. As someone already mentioned,Mike Mentzer truly was ahead of his time. Okay, you can lift weights together. With a little thinking we could figure out he meant 1 set to failure is harder than 2 sets not to failure.