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    DoggCrapp Training - DC Training Program Overview

    http://www.muscleandstrength.com/art...-overview.html

    This incredibly intense program includes heavy progressive weights, lower volume/higher frequency of body parts trained, high intensity/rest-pause training, extreme stretching, a high protein diet and periodization ("blasting" and "cruising"). Here are the basics.
    Big & Strong = Heavy Compounds + Progression + Food

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    Funny thing, when i first joined the forum i tried seeking approval of doggcrapp training. needless to say, i found none. all i heard was that's for juicers.. Well, being a stubborn idiot, I gave dc training a go for about 6 weeks anyway...

    verdict: "doggcrapp" is dogcrap(SEVERE overtraining)

    ...hope ur not considering this steve. if you are i'm sure you'll make the proper program adjustments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sahorn View Post

    ...hope ur not considering this steve. if you are i'm sure you'll make the proper program adjustments.
    Am I considering it? No. I have nothing to do with this article. It's written by Mike Westerdal.

    I have my own rest-pause system which involves training each muscle group once a week, and doesn't involve training to failure. I haven't put this system on M&S yet, but I ran it for the entire year of 2008 and it was very effective for me.

    I don't run pre-packaged programs. As an advanced lifter I need to use programs that fit my needs and body. That is why I design my own.
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    This is interesting, it seems like a very low volume, high intensity routine.

    But the 3 sets to failure for me doesnt look like your gonna get much TUT, is your maxing your first set after 10-15 breaths youll get a max of 4-5 more out. So its only gonna be like ~20 reps. Per exercise, even for a high intensity routine this is low.
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    Good article. Coincedently, I have been currently doing a lot of reading up on DC training. Probably one of the reasons I was mistaken about rest pause training having to be to failure.
    Anyway, DC training seems like a great routine for hypertrophy, something I would like to do in the future.

 

 

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