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LukeCarlson

The 3rd Annual HIT Resurgence Conference will be March 15th and 16th in Minneapolis. We are excited to announce Brian Johnston and Matt Brzycki as our first 2 presenters. More details to follow.
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Landau

Florida, USA

LukeCarlson wrote:
The 3rd Annual HIT Resurgence Conference will be March 15th and 16th in Minneapolis. We are excited to announce Brian Johnston and Matt Brzycki as our first 2 presenters. More details to follow.


Great - Count me in!
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southbeach

You guys that put on these HIT conferences and promote the fundamental principles/science are absolutely great imo. I will try to attend also.
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Seriousstrength

New York, USA

I might just come!
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indexit

Fred,

Why aren't you speaking?

If you and Brian can get into some kind of a fight I'll show.

jeff
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AShortt

Ontario, CAN

indexit wrote:
Fred,

Why aren't you speaking?

If you and Brian can get into some kind of a fight I'll show.

jeff


I'd pay to see that debate...
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Brian Johnston

Ontario, CAN

I'm there to speak, and talk about things that I have not shared with many people. If someone wants to show up to argue, they'll have to go elsewhere; I don't get paid enough for that and life's too short.
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Acerimmer1

Seriousstrength wrote:
I might just come!


You sick guy.
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Seriousstrength

New York, USA

indexit wrote:
Fred,

Why aren't you speaking?

If you and Brian can get into some kind of a fight I'll show.

jeff


No one ask me. Brian's too big. He'd kick my ass. ;) But seriously, I might come.
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indexit

I am sure I would enjoy listening to Brian speak. I hope I can make it up there this year.

Any hints on what the "things"/topics are Brian that you will cover?

Thanks,

jeff
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Brian Johnston

Ontario, CAN

Hey, you have some martial arts background! Hope to see you there, and best wishes in the New Year.
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Michael Petrella

Ontario, CAN

I have done a few workshops with Brian over the years. Hearing him speak in person will be worth the cost of attending alone.

Michael
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Seriousstrength

New York, USA

Brian Johnston wrote:
Hey, you have some martial arts background! Hope to see you there, and best wishes in the New Year.


We're both too old for that nonsense anyway. I look forward to your lecture.
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Seriousstrength

New York, USA

indexit wrote:
Fred,

Why aren't you speaking?

jeff


Had they asked me I would have. I have some good talks I could give. Last year I gave a very successful talk on the 2012 Low Carb Cruise. It was very well received.
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simon-hecubus

Texas, USA

This is one I will have to make. Please keep us posted.

Scott
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Brian Johnston

Ontario, CAN

Tentatively:

Lecture 1: Theoretical and experimental conclusions to support variation in exercise. This lecture will cover the basis for variation in general and then delve into program design and set performance variations to optimize muscle response.

Lecture 2: Practical methods to optimize performance variation. This lecture will cover ways in which to increase variation to the extreme, including Zone Training, Tri-Angular Training, and Freestyle Improvisation using a host of equipment.
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southbeach

That first lecture i really want to hear. i have no idea why a muscle like the biceps for example would need variation beyond a set TTF FROM of elbow flexion.

i am interested in understanding how that bicep muscle knows the difference b/w exercises.
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Brian Johnston

Ontario, CAN

Because... it's like any other muscle... and positioning, angle, etc., dictates what fibers are recruited, which ones hand over the tension as that angle or positioning alters, etc. In other words, even during the SAME exercise there is a transition of tension from a group of fibers to another. If you can grasp that (and the research has been out there for years), then you can imagine the benefit of different exercises that challenge a muscle from different angles and positions.
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southbeach

Brian Johnston wrote:
Because... it's like any other muscle... and positioning, angle, etc., dictates what fibers are recruited, which ones hand over the tension as that angle or positioning alters, etc. In other words, even during the SAME exercise there is a transition of tension from a group of fibers to another. If you can grasp that (and the research has been out there for years), then you can imagine the benefit of different exercises that challenge a muscle from different angles and positions.


i am a firm believer that LOAD dictates fiber recruitment, # & type.

how does the "angle" differ from "load"? the angle of the elbow @45 degrees flexion with a "chin" is the same angle @ 45 degrees barbell curl. so why does the biceps care?
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Brian Johnston

Ontario, CAN

I'm not talking about how many fibers, but which fibers. Two different things. Any further discussion on this subject will be at the lecture.
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jitterbug

Brian Johnston wrote:
Because... it's like any other muscle... and positioning, angle, etc., dictates what fibers are recruited, which ones hand over the tension as that angle or positioning alters, etc. In other words, even during the SAME exercise there is a transition of tension from a group of fibers to another. If you can grasp that (and the research has been out there for years), then you can imagine the benefit of different exercises that challenge a muscle from different angles and positions.



Mr.Johnson,

This is a good description explaining the need for cams for full range of motion exercise.

Ed
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Brian Johnston

Ontario, CAN

How is that a good explanation? How many angles can you work the same body part on one machine, whether it has cams or not? And if a person knows how to train in Zones, the effect is greater than what could ever be achieved with a machine that is cammed. I'm not against such machine... I own several... but you're reading into what I am saying, and I am NOT saying what you are.
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simon-hecubus

Texas, USA

jitterbug wrote:
Mr.Johnson,

This is a good description explaining the need for cams for full range of motion exercise.

Ed


Shut it down, Jittery One. This isn't the place.

Show up at the conference and we'll all have a nice chat about it.

Scott
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Landau

Florida, USA

Landau wrote:
LukeCarlson wrote:
The 3rd Annual HIT Resurgence Conference will be March 15th and 16th in Minneapolis. We are excited to announce Brian Johnston and Matt Brzycki as our first 2 presenters. More details to follow.

Great - Count me in!


Upon second thoughts - not going (schedule is too tight for other commitments)
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Brian Johnston

Ontario, CAN

I was looking forward to meeting Dave... sorry that won't be happening.
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