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Dark Knight

Registered: 05-2005
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My New Fitness Website


Hey bro's,

I'm putting together a new website on Isometric Training - this is the same thing I used to get to 170lbs and 7% bodyfat in 11 weeks.

Please take a look at it - tell your friends and have them subscribe to my Blog. emoticon

Let me know what you think both positive and negative. If you have any suggestions on what you'd like to see or how you'd like somethign explained tell me about it.

You can check out the site at
www.isometric-training.com

Thanks for the support bros.

 
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I've just been reading your website for an hour but i need to go home now
i'll trian in the subway :)

Paul you are Ze man!

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I saved your website to my favorites and plan on visiting it on a regular basis. Thanks bro.

Sean

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i just printed the excercise articles and i plan on reading more

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Thanks guys! :up If you have any ideas for further topics, articles and guides let me know!

Iss hogai
www.isometric-training.com - The Best Resource on the Net for Building Strength and Muscle


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Interesting articles on there Iss. I'm going to pick a flagging body part (probably triceps) and try nothing but isometrics on it for awhile and see how it works out for me.
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COOL! Keep me posted - take photos and I'll throw you up on the site as my first succes stroy!

Iss hogai

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I saved your website to my favorites also man. This will come in handy as I am currently undergoing training to bulk up before halloween (so i dont look like a skeleton in supes spandex, LOL).

I especially liked the part where you made us ask ourselves why most ppl at the gym lift only what they can lift 10 to 12 times when we should be doing our maximum limit at 5 sets and good nutrition with plenty of recovery time (which makes me happy that I must be doing something right being that i lifted 10 more pounds than I have been before and sore as hell).

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Thats excellent! Just make sure you give yourself ample time to recover. I'll be covering this at a later date in great detail for an upcoming dvd I;m working on but here's the basic gist of it...

As you get stronger your msucles need more time to recover. Most people now this, but what they don't realise is the lenght of time need jumps real big, when you lift real heavy weights!

As an example, my own progress, I started lifitng every second day when I started applying Isometic to my lifts. In order to make sure I was progressing (and your numbers should go up every time!) when they didn't on a particular exercise I'd skip it that day. If I failed in three or more Id add on three days to my routine.

I now Bench over 400kg, Leg Press more than 1700kg and need 28 days of recovery time before anohter workout. I'm still gettign bigger and leaner (much to my food and tailoring bills dismay).

If you want a bit of help wiht a particular bulking program for supes pm and I'll sort something out for you.

Iss hogai

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Iss, have you got any links to scientific studies on isometric training? I had found a pretty large site devoted to the science of high-intensity training a few years ago and was fascinated by what I'd learned (wish I could find it again). The concept of isometric training you've presented sounds as though it has a lot in common with those principles. I'd love to see more info on it.
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