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"Doing more exercise with less intensity,"
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destroyed the actual great value
of weight training. Something
must be done . . . and quickly."
The New Bodybuilding for
Old-School Results supplies
MUCH of that "something."

 

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coach-jeff

Louisiana, USA

Part 1

http://youtu.be/lsSC2vx7zFQ


Part 2

http://youtu.be/HpFroMCKiuM

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southbeach

i want it, but not that bad.
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Hitit

Hope he doesn't get hurt.

BTW, when does he recover??
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coach-jeff

Louisiana, USA

Of course most of us are NOT going to be overly excited about this kid's style of training. But it's the SPIRIT of the training I found inspiring.

Made me realize I have not wanted it bad enough for some years now, and that is why I have stagnated. I've been blaming my age, but the truth is I just have not wanted it bad enough.

But I got my fire back these days for old school BB training, and looking to push the limits of what can be achieved for a man in his late 40's. While staying injury free of course.

Here's a couple more articles I found rather prescient about how the whole "functional" fitness trend the past decade made people kind of forget that the MAIN reason people train is to LOOK GOOD. Guess folks are finally waking up to the fact that "functional" and "metcon" workouts build sub-standard physiques.

And that physique training is indeed "functional" and builds better looking and stronger bodies than balancing acts on wobble boards.

Classic Physique Training is Back (Even Though It Never Left Us) by Tom Venuto:

burnthefatblog.com/archives/2011/10/classic-physique-training-is-back.php

Rise Of The Physique Artist:

burnthefatblog.com/archives/2012/04/rise-of-the-physique-artist.php
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coach-jeff

Louisiana, USA

At the risk of being seen as a gratuitous poster of external links....I just gotta share one more.

I'm sure many of you will relate...that your best workouts almost always have a kind of quasi-madness to them. That you almost have to have just a touch of insanity to really push yourself in a way that Joe and Jane average are simply not willing to do.

This video talks about Mike Tyson, Micheal Jordan and other high-performers. Contains more foul language than I care for, but still very good stuff.

Joe Rogan and The Madness of Excellence:

http://www.youtube.com/...h?v=jAzMlbl3Eqw
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Hitit

I've found that it seems the harder I worked at my exercise goals the further I fell away from achieving them.

Too much intensity, regularity, frequency, variety seems to push me down than take me up. The harder and more intense and hardcore driving intensity I used was apparently was too much.

That "eye of the Tiger" we always see in the drive to training goals, waking up early, 2 workouts/day, pushing at 110%, etc. etc. etc. seems too much.

I think I now achieve more at doing less as it seems I don't need a lot or as much as I "think" I need or want. What gives?

In fact I've had to train myself to pull back then push harder. For me it's easy to push myself mentally but apparently physically I think I just don't need it and I think its been harder to listen to my body that my mind.
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BennyAnthonyOfKC

Missouri, USA

TO: MysteryManX

Your profile reads that you've been on this board since the year of 2007, but I must admit that I didn't take notice of your postings until today. Your profile also reads that your from Kansas, what city in Kansas? Obviously, I am from Kansas City, Missouri, from my screen-name. I would have simply sent you a message, but your profile didn't allow for messages.
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SpencerG

Jeff,

It looks like you have changed your name and moved to K-City... did the mob catch up to you in Shreveport?

Spencer
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Michael Petrella

Ontario, CAN

BennyAnthonyOfKC wrote:
TO: MysteryManX

Your profile reads that you've been on this board since the year of 2007, but I must admit that I didn't take notice of your postings until today. Your profile also reads that your from Kansas, what city in Kansas? Obviously, I am from Kansas City, Missouri, from my screen-name. I would have simply sent you a message, but your profile didn't allow for messages.


Its the Coach Benny. He just changed his name. He has been posting on the regular for years.

Michael
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