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Joshua Trentine

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Sounds interesting, i'll be getting this one too.
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Multi-Dimensional Strength Training & Bodybuilding



With Tri-Angular Training, there is no need to perform long, high-volume workouts to experience multi-plane and multi-angle training at its purest! Now you can achieve greater muscle fatigue, joint balance and strength in less time without increasing the number of sets you perform, or spending more time in the gym.



* Tri-Angular Training will accommodate and can be applied to any training philosophy, from HIT to any form of higher-volume.
* For HIT die-hards, this is what you?ve been waiting for ? a true bodybuilding style of training that takes the same amount of time in the gym as your usual workouts.
* A must methodology for athletes who need to develop strength and muscle from all angles in minimal time.



This 53-minute DVD explains the physiological and biomechanical fundamentals as to why Tri-Angular Training is a more thorough, effective and advanced method to train. The DVD also includes:



* Several Tri-Angular set possibilities for every muscle group;
* How to apply Zone Training for an even greater muscle fatigue effect;
* A brutal leg workout by Mr. Ontario Super-heavyweight Rick McCutcheon.



With variation and multi-angle training applied as it should, feel your muscles work like never before. As Rick McCutcheon, long-time competitive bodybuilder, stated: ?Never have I felt such fatigue in so little time.?



This is no gimmick, but a tried and true training application developed by Brian D. Johnston, a name you have trusted for years to bring you quality training methodology. The effects are noticeable from the first set as you feel tension and fatigue shift and envelope a muscle. If you like the effects of Zone Training, you?re going to embrace Tri-Angular Training? completely different, but super-effective.



NOTE: format is DVD-R (please make certain your player can play this format before ordering). The cost for this 53-minute DVD is only $29.95 US plus shipping ($9.50 Canada, $13.90 Continental USA, $15 elsewhere ? shipped registered mail everywhere). Canadian residents pay in Canadian funds. Check, money order, and Western Union accepted (personal checks held for 30 days unless customer is known)? sorry, no credit card orders since this DVD is being offered directly by its creator. Mail funds to Brian Johnston, 5 Abigail Court, Sudbury, Ontario, CANADA, P3A 6C1.
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mpx

I think it may be a re-branded POF ... which was probably also taken from somewhere else.

Using one compound for mid-range and a pre stretch position to contraction exercise.

Like squats/leg press to sissy squats and then to leg extensions...or.... barbell curls to incline DB curls then on to finish with concentration curls.
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saseme

Joshua Trentine wrote:
This is no gimmick, but a tried and true training application developed by Brian D. Johnston, a name you have trusted for years to bring you quality training methodology.


Has BDJ hacked into Joshua Trentine's account, or... perhaps they're the same person! What a conspiracy I've stumbled upon. Maybe Josh is head of sales.

The only thing BDJ has been trusted to do is take old routines and rehash them with a fancy name...stage reps...zone training...

Triangle...tri-angular...whadda genius!

I though BDJ had sold up and gone out to pasture. I guess it means he just has even more time to discover...cough, cough...rename, the breakthrough techniques that others have brought us.
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Acerimmer1

IART is flagging visiting this site may harm your computer LOL.
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Joshua Trentine

Ohio, USA

saseme wrote:
Joshua Trentine wrote:
This is no gimmick, but a tried and true training application developed by Brian D. Johnston, a name you have trusted for years to bring you quality training methodology.

Has BDJ hacked into Joshua Trentine's account, or... perhaps they're the same person! What a conspiracy I've stumbled upon. Maybe Josh is head of sales.

The only thing BDJ has been trusted to do is take old routines and rehash them with a fancy name...stage reps...zone training...

Triangle...tri-angular...whadda genius!

I though BDJ had sold up and gone out to pasture. I guess it means he just has even more time to discover...cough, cough...rename, the breakthrough techniques that others have brought us.



foiled again, man you guys are sharp.
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Acerimmer1

saseme wrote:
Joshua Trentine wrote:
This is no gimmick, but a tried and true training application developed by Brian D. Johnston, a name you have trusted for years to bring you quality training methodology.

Has BDJ hacked into Joshua Trentine's account, or... perhaps they're the same person! What a conspiracy I've stumbled upon. Maybe Josh is head of sales.

The only thing BDJ has been trusted to do is take old routines and rehash them with a fancy name...stage reps...zone training...

Triangle...tri-angular...whadda genius!

I though BDJ had sold up and gone out to pasture. I guess it means he just has even more time to discover...cough, cough...rename, the breakthrough techniques that others have brought us.


Yep. There's really a fairly large number of techniques out there already that work on principles that could easily be named "tri-angular training".

One example is in bill pearls old book Keys to the Inner Universe which I have round here somewhere. He does incline bench with elbows out one rep and follows it with a kind of "hammer bench" which see's his elbows finish tucked in to his sides.

So basically the shoulder movement switches from horizontal adduction to saggital flexion each rep (elbow movement is always extension). Now this for example could be referred to as tri-angular training, but I like to refer to it as "a whaste of time".

Oh yeah. Just in case you don't get it you could call it triangular because the 2 alternate elbow start positions form a triangle with the shoulder.

But this is just one example how tri angular training might easily be something already out there.
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Acerimmer1

Joshua Trentine wrote:
saseme wrote:

foiled again, man you guys are sharp.


If by sharp you mean not having ever whasted thousands of pounds on a complete line of exercise equipment that we later decided was utterly useless. Then yes I'm thinking it's a safe bet we're all pretty sharp here Josh.

Though in fairness when it is acknowledged that some clients paid you at a rate of $330 dollars per hour to be trained on said equipment. Maybe we are not nearly as sharp as we like to think.
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Joshua Trentine

Ohio, USA

Acerimmer1 wrote:
Joshua Trentine wrote:
saseme wrote:

foiled again, man you guys are sharp.

If by sharp you mean not having ever whasted thousands of pounds on a complete line of exercise equipment that we later decided was utterly useless. Then yes I'm thinking it's a safe bet we're all pretty sharp here Josh.


i actually wasn't referring to that, i was referring to the idea that me and Brian are the same guy or that some how i'm making some of his fortune.

Acerimmer if you want to be smarter than me, i don't even contest you, and why you would take a personal shot at me makes no sense, but i'll admit that and even dumber things.I posted Brian's ad because i've always enjoyed his stuff, and some here would too.The guy writes his butt off and i would like to see him do well.

lifetime i may have about a $1million invested in equip.i'm a dumb obsessive guy, and a easy target i guess.

Joshua

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Joshua Trentine

Ohio, USA

Acerimmer1 wrote:
Joshua Trentine wrote:
saseme wrote:

foiled again, man you guys are sharp.

If by sharp you mean not having ever whasted thousands of pounds on a complete line of exercise equipment that we later decided was utterly useless. Then yes I'm thinking it's a safe bet we're all pretty sharp here Josh.

Though in fairness when it is acknowledged that some clients paid you at a rate of $330 dollars per hour to be trained on said equipment. Maybe we are not nearly as sharp as we like to think.



Also to set the record straight, Eccentric Edge equip never made it to any of my studios.i experimented with it privately for a long time b4 i dumped it.It was not safe to put a subject in.I have pulled something closer to $220/hr for awhile using highly specialized equip from Ken Hutchins, custom MedX, David, and Retrofit Nautilus.
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Michael Petrella

Ontario, CAN

You almost have to meet Brian in person to get some of his work. It tends to be above the average reader/trainer.

Brian has never BS'd me. If he is excited about a system he is working on I will bet it has merit to it. I'll be buying his DVD. I'll report back later on my thoughts, experiences.

Funny how Josh is attacked after he just posted what is clearly the best physique on this board.

Michael
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overfiftylifter

Mr. Trentine, why did you drop the Eccentric Edge equipment?

Overfiftylifter
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Acerimmer1

Joshua Trentine wrote:
Acerimmer1 wrote:
Joshua Trentine wrote:
saseme wrote:

foiled again, man you guys are sharp.

If by sharp you mean not having ever whasted thousands of pounds on a complete line of exercise equipment that we later decided was utterly useless. Then yes I'm thinking it's a safe bet we're all pretty sharp here Josh.

Though in fairness when it is acknowledged that some clients paid you at a rate of $330 dollars per hour to be trained on said equipment. Maybe we are not nearly as sharp as we like to think.


Also to set the record straight, Eccentric Edge equip never made it to any of my studios.i experimented with it privately for a long time b4 i dumped it.It was not safe to put a subject in.I have pulled something closer to $220/hr for awhile using highly specialized equip from Ken Hutchins, custom MedX, David, and Retrofit Nautilus.


Hmmm

I guess I was mistaken about that then. I tend to get the impression that when a trainer is arguing a case he is basing his argument on the experience of his trainees.

The idea of making yourself a gineau pig for your clients is not one that I really believed a competitive bodybuilder would ever do.

I just find it strange anybody would not stop investing their time in a technique until they fely they had absolutely proved it was utterly useless. Because to do this you would be investing time on something which you believed was gradually less and less likely to ever work until that possabilty became 0%.

So I didn't even consider the possability that you (a competitive bodybuilder) would do that.

Which led me to assume based on other statements that you had been charging 110 dollars for 20 minutes of NO exercise. Which you now believe ineffective based on a lack of results.

Hence the potshot.

I mean if that were in fact true, I think in a professional sense you would've deserved it.
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Acerimmer1

Joshua Trentine wrote:

Acerimmer if you want to be smarter than me,

Joshua



I'd like to be as smart as possible. There is no particular person I have in my mind as a benchmark.
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Acerimmer1

Joshua Trentine wrote:

lifetime i may have about a $1million invested in equip.i'm a dumb obsessive guy, and a easy target i guess.

Joshua



Ultimately this is my point. If you admit you are a dumb easy target, then what is the value of your endorsement?

All I'm doing is pointing it out.
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Acerimmer1

Joshua Trentine wrote:

i actually wasn't referring to that, i was referring to the idea that me and Brian are the same guy or that some how i'm making some of his fortune.

Joshua



I thought that suggestion was not entirely serious.
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Joshua Trentine

Ohio, USA

overfiftylifter wrote:
Mr. Trentine, why did you drop the Eccentric Edge equipment?

Overfiftylifter




the equip. design wasn't safe for the user.
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mr_andreassen

I also suspect it will be a rebranded POF version.

a Zone version of training the various roms in a mid range, stretch and contracted position in various sequences, with the resistance at peak in the rom targeted with some emphazis on having the limbs close to or in the passive or insufficency position for the strecth or contracted rom ranges whilst limbs in a position where it has most mechanical load for the optimal tension length for the mid range rom.

this could be achieved by implementing the correct moment arm resistance exercises.

It has been reqognized by many bodybuilder that the correct sequence of a mid range, strectch and contracted position exercises, feels like it creates a better fatigue and pump. even Jones cycles used exercises that had the peak load in different positions in the cycle.
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Acerimmer1

We're still waiting for somebody to show us how their muscular gains have improved from using J-Reps.
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MikaelPR

I've always enjoyed and benefited from Brian's work. Smart guy who actually trains.Rare.
Mike
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entsminger

Virginia, USA

Michael Petrella wrote:
You almost have to meet Brian in person to get some of his work. It tends to be above the average reader/trainer.

Brian has never BS'd me. If he is excited about a system he is working on I will bet it has merit to it. I'll be buying his DVD. I'll report back later on my thoughts, experiences.

Funny how Josh is attacked after he just posted what is clearly the best physique on this board.

Michael


==Scott==
I have to agree with Michael about several things. First Brian does put a ton of effort into his work and he isn't BSing anyone.I'm sure his work has lots of merit to it and is well worth reading. I also have to agree that you almost have to meet Brian to understand what he is getting at sometimes.He does try and help but sometimes tends to talk over the average numbskull reader like me. You guys who actually get to meet and talk to him are very lucky.
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Acerimmer1

Michael Petrella wrote:

Funny how Josh is attacked after he just posted what is clearly the best physique on this board.

Michael


Well it must be a coincidence because I didn't even read that thread, which one is it?
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Michael Petrella

Ontario, CAN

Acerimmer1 wrote:
Michael Petrella wrote:

Funny how Josh is attacked after he just posted what is clearly the best physique on this board.

Michael

Well it must be a coincidence because I didn't even read that thread, which one is it?


He posted just a couple days ago on the "who does slow reps" thread.

Michael
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Acerimmer1

Michael Petrella wrote:
Acerimmer1 wrote:
Michael Petrella wrote:

Funny how Josh is attacked after he just posted what is clearly the best physique on this board.

Michael

Well it must be a coincidence because I didn't even read that thread, which one is it?

He posted just a couple days ago on the "who does slow reps" thread.

Michael


I'm off to check it out now.
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Acerimmer1

Well I've seen it now and yes the definition particularly is really good.
Clearly he has pre-contest dieting down to a very fine art. He also went all the way through with the pre-contest diet (he looks maybe 1 week out here), I've never done that so I can't really say how much size I would retain.
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Acerimmer1

I'm still not that clear on how this picture from 2005 relates to his endorsement of a training technique he's yet to read about.
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