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Okay, based on what I've experienced and seen from other people, there's a good amount of variation allowed in between reps, but the details change quite a lot.
For example, doing slow negatives and generally slow movements is said to work the muscles harder, but ideally there should be no actual time of inactivity between the movements (Inactivity being the top of a pushup or bottom of a pullup). Reps shouldn't be done too fast, but I don't think that realistically there's a fear of doing them too slowly, it makes them harder and hence more work is done as less momentum is used.
For actual numbers, 6x6 for strength, 3x12 for mass, I like to alternate between the two each few months to allow even development. It also allows me to break plateaus with either setup by changing intensity of each exercise. Yes, you can gain fair amounts of mass with cals, but their main service is providing a much higher proportional strength than that of lifting.
And I hope for your sake you aren't following the recommended amount of reps for progressions in CC, they're ridiculously high.
Nope, my advice is to get the surgery if possible, and then start using Bio-oil to fade the scars out a tonne.
Way back when I posted the Texas Method Advanced, I used one of those two to convert the .pdf to a .doc. Then, I just went in and deleted my name and email and shit from the header before saving the .doc as a .pdf.
All Amphetamines have that in common, dear sir.
I'm not the one you responded to but $25 for an ebook is ridiculous.
And yet everyone here expects someone else to buy it for them.
But still, I get that. It's whatever, but instead of bitching about it and posting stupid emoticon sad faces a few hours after the book went on sales, the person could've just waited for it to get posted. Beggars can't be choosers and all that shit. When you're getting shit for free, you really have no right to bitch about it. Besides, if JM2.0's ridiculous fucking price is any example, someone that's willing to share it will eventually buy it.
No argument here. I just wanted to bitch about the price, I don't think ebooks should cost as much (or close to) a new hardcover. Of course now someone will probably call me a pussy...
Yeah, I realized that about CC, and I'm not following the suggested progression because I would have to stay on the first steps for more years than a man regularly lives.
I'm doing 2 or 3 sets of about 10 to 15 reps, at least for push-ups, pulls and handstands, so I guess I'm closer to the numbers you pointed for mass, which actually explains a lot of things about how much trouble I'm finding lately to progress on harder variations and how big my breast is becoming in comparison with other body parts, which is something actually awkward for a guy who's still a bit chubby. So I'm switching to 6x6 and see how it turns.
You've been more than clear and helpful, thank you very much.
I'll see if I can get the surgery then, and in the meantime do as I always have and don't show my naked body to people. Thanks fellow.
You may not want people to see your body now, but when your lean and shredded after you're gonna look amazing.
Hell, I know people who actually love the scars from surgery, they show that you actually worked your ass off to get to this point.
You're quite welcome, and yeah, the author does put in stupidly large progressions, I'm guessing it's to really milk each exercise to get the most you can out of it. I can recommend El Diablo's 666 exercises, there's a free webpage which teaches all the progressions plus those of dips and planks, though you'll still have to go to CC for bridges.
Clenbuterol, Albuterol, DNP, Ephedrine/Caffeine stack etc etc
Understand that handling the first three generally requires periods of off-use or other supplementary chemicals to offset the increase in tolerance. I know a guy who runs about a gram of DNP now because he's so tolerant, which is dangerously high.
once i convert to word, is there a quick way to delete it from all the pages at once?
What about them?
Perform them strictly until you can do a good few reps for 3 to 6 sets without kipping or using momentum.
From there you could add weight, increase numbers, or make them explosive to build explosive power.
you can try find and replace option and delete all of it that way
they're awesome, but I've recently tossed t-bar rows in as an option and they're lots of fun. also, chins are god tier.
I am the one who posted about it originally. I was more interested to see if anyone would actually buy it as it seems to me that its not really worth paying for a few pages worth of new content rather than begging for it to be posted.
im ready to put ip beyond 531, does anybody have greyskull powerbuilding?
If anyone had it, it would already be posted.
To the guy who already owns Beyond 5/3/1, be a pal and post it. You'd make a lot of guys extremely happy.