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bump for Dr. Darden's opinion . anyone else opinion would be appreciated as well
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cmg

Anyone hear if Travis is still training with Big Jim and what his results are?

Thank you,

Ron
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TravisH

Florida, USA

I had to take some time off from training due to the economy and some health issues. I own my own business and as you are aware, things aren't exactly cranking out there.

I am about to get back into the gym. I plan on beginning this Saturday. I have lost about 20lbs of pure muscle and currently weigh in right around 200lbs, but very lean.

I plan on posting my routines, diet, and progress.

I am going to take it old school and hit hard out of the gate. My nervous system has always been able to handle H.I.T. without any of the throwing up or adverse reactions. It is purely genetic, but should allow me to get back to where I was fairly quickly.

Hopefully I will have time to take before pictures and go from there. I just met with Jim and I am going to ask him for a routine to start off with.......

Here we go!!!

All the best.

Travis
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raytate

North Carolina, USA

Travis, I am glad to see you post again.I wish you the best with your training.I also look forward to the updates and photos.Best also to Jim Flanagan.
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cmg

TravisH wrote:
I had to take some time off from training due to the economy and some health issues. I own my own business and as you are aware, things aren't exactly cranking out there.

I am about to get back into the gym. I plan on beginning this Saturday. I have lost about 20lbs of pure muscle and currently weigh in right around 200lbs, but very lean.

I plan on posting my routines, diet, and progress.

I am going to take it old school and hit hard out of the gate. My nervous system has always been able to handle H.I.T. without any of the throwing up or adverse reactions. It is purely genetic, but should allow me to get back to where I was fairly quickly.

Hopefully I will have time to take before pictures and go from there. I just met with Jim and I am going to ask him for a routine to start off with.......

Here we go!!!

All the best.

Travis


I look forward to hearing about your gains!

Good luck.

Ron

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cmg

TravisH wrote:
I had to take some time off from training due to the economy and some health issues. I own my own business and as you are aware, things aren't exactly cranking out there.

I am about to get back into the gym. I plan on beginning this Saturday. I have lost about 20lbs of pure muscle and currently weigh in right around 200lbs, but very lean.

I plan on posting my routines, diet, and progress.

I am going to take it old school and hit hard out of the gate. My nervous system has always been able to handle H.I.T. without any of the throwing up or adverse reactions. It is purely genetic, but should allow me to get back to where I was fairly quickly.

Hopefully I will have time to take before pictures and go from there. I just met with Jim and I am going to ask him for a routine to start off with.......

Here we go!!!

All the best.

Hey Travis,

Are you currently training?

Regards,

Ron

Travis


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totalphysique

Could someone please tell me more about the Avenger line of tools? I did not find anything on the MedX Site.

Thanks
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karthik2504

Dr. Darden/ Mr. Flanagan

On properstrengthtraining, I see Mr. Flanagan recommends 3 to four exercises repeated twice or thrice consecutively. Is this because failure is reached due to not just inroad, but due to other limiting factors that arise through the inadequacy of the equipment. Do not mistake; the barbell is a great tool and in terms of availability, the greatest. Just wanted to know, why most of Mr. Flanagan's consolidated routines seem to have two or three cycles.

Mr. Flanagan, your site has been a very straightforward approach to proper strength training, but there has been very little activity of late. It would be great if you could re enable the comments column in the blog. Some newer articles that concern your distilled wisdom will also be a great addition.

Karthik
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