High-Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way (NTC SPORTS/FITNESS)

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High-Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way (NTC SPORTS/FITNESS)

High-Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way (NTC SPORTS/FITNESS)

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Mentzer advocates doing only 1 set of each exercise and training that set to failure with maximum intensity. Jag har aldrig tränat lika mycket som honom men har alltid kört 6ggr i veckan med upp till 30 sets per muskelgrupp. Hoje em dia pelo menos o que de fato funciona ja é muito manjado, e o que é maluquice tmb, então fica meio elas por elas. From reading this book I learned about Mike Menzter’s 'achieving failure’ philosophy with lifting weights. Mike was truly ahead of his times, the book felt like reading something modern, so many notions turned out to be true, truly a thinker and philosopher, what a great man all around, I truly admire him.

Mike Mentzer was an interesting guy with a pretty unique training philosophy and methodology which can be summed up as "less is more, as long as the less is INTENSE. As a 27-year-old IFBB Pro League rookie in 1979 noted especially for his delt, arm, and leg density, Mentzer was a phenomenon. Addeddate 2021-05-29 22:51:47 Identifier hight-intensity-training-the-mike-mentzer-way-with-john-little Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t0fv9vx1s Ocr tesseract 5.

His desire to gain inner mastery—by proving his excellence and competence to himself—makes him immune to the routine anxieties and pressures that often attend success.

By working yourself to absolute muscular exhaustion, doing the most damage you can to your tissues while staying out of the hospital, then taking 4-7 days off, you give yourself plenty of time to recover and avoid the risk of the dreaded (semimythical) CNS fatigue, which leads to overtraining, catabolism, bad dreams, income inequality, world hunger, climate change, whatever. In the two weeks I've been back in the gym I've put some of the principals Mike wrote about into practice and with tracking I've seen some decent gains and a lot more explosive strength. An additional 17% is good “accessory reading” including the first few chapters where Mike explains that you have genetic potential for body building despite how hard you train. For the Olympian, success no longer depends on winning and losing, nor on the extrinsic rewards that come from winning contests (fame, trophies, money). A PAPERBACK ORIGINAL High-intensity bodybuilding advice from the first man to win a perfect score in the Mr.I recommend reading the book after watching a couple of his videos, that way you'll read the words in his style of speaking, which is very good.

You can see the weight room as a place that caters to the cold, uncaring reality objectivism offers. Web icon An illustration of a computer application window Wayback Machine Texts icon An illustration of an open book. Mike Mentzer menar att man antingen kan träna hårt eller länge, och att det är intensiv träning som får muskeln att växa. Mentzer's commentary on mindset was lovely and his writing was best when he was describing the mindset of an Olympian.As other reviewers have suggested, some level of temperance of the program with modern updates from Dorian Yates or others is advisable for completeness of modern understanding however the core training principles are rock solid in my opinion. He doesn't use failure with a negative connotation, instead, after each workout template he says, “Congratulations, you have achieved failure. But unexpectedly the book then morphs into an almost philosophical insight into the mind of a bodybuilder.

Jag tränar hårdare då och jag tror inte så många är sugna på att köra den konstiga träningen som jag har börjat köra nu. He has developed the liberating knack to compete with himself, or with something abstract like history. Man ska inte blint lita på Mentzer för att han har en god fysik; Mentzer uppmuntrade människor att ifrågasätta hans filosofi och träning. With gyms re-opening I wanted to find a new way to weight train, while moving away from standard "bro" splits but something familiar enough that I could supplement my knowledge of weight training with it. Universe competition This one-of-a-kind book profiles the high-intensity training (HIT) techniques pioneered by the late Mike Mentzer, the legendary bodybuilder, leading trainer, and renowned bodybuilding consultant.

Mike's preference for Nautilus machines dates the book just as much as the numerous photos of his handlebar mustache. Man måste ta träningen nära failure (dvs den punkt då man inte längre är kapabel till att utföra ännu en repetition).



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