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    ciao bro...che ne pensi di questa?

    Anti-Establishment Hypertrophy

    I can't read most hypertrophy training articles because of health reasons — they make me sick. Never has there been a topic with more misinformation than muscle-building methods.

    At least some strength-training articles seem to have a shred of scientific basis, but with bodybuilding articles, all common sense and science seems to go to the wayside. That's probably because more is understood about the nervous system than muscle soreness, or maybe it's because most of the writers who are only concerned about hypertrophy training are imbeciles who can't even build muscle on themselves. You be the judge.

    After a recent seminar, a famous strength trainer told me I should market myself as the guy who could revolutionize bodybuilding. There's only one small problem with that — I don't like bodybuilding. Yep, you heard me right, never have liked it, probably never will. I see most competitive bodybuilders as overly tanned, overly shaved, waddling pieces of uneducated flesh and I have no interest in that market.

    Yes, that's harsh, but recently something has slightly changed my views on bodybuilding: I started contributing to Testosterone and I realized there are some pretty damn cool and intelligent people out there who like bodybuilding. I'm not talking about "shaved gorillas posing in thongs" bodybuilding, but the good old hypertrophy-inducing strength-training from the days of the past. So, for all of you out there who love bodybuilding for what it used to be, I've written this article.

    Old-time strongmen were the only people who truly revolutionized bodybuilding. Unfortunately, their methods have been largely forgotten. In exchange for infrequent, machine-laden, ineffective bodybuilding methods, many great principles have been lost.

    Let me tell you a little secret — hypertrophy training and strength training don't have to be two separate entities. I've never designed a program that was based solely on "hypertrophy" training, but my clients have gained a ton of muscle over the years (if that was the goal). Let me repeat a statement from one of my previous articles: muscle growth is mainly controlled through caloric intake. Assuming all is normal with a trainee's physiology, even the best hypertrophy program won't build appreciable amounts of muscle if there are insufficient calories. Got it?

    So allow me to uncover some real hypertrophy methods so you can apply them to your current program in exchange for more functional muscle. Bodybuilders beware: I'm about to barbecue a few of your sacred cows!


    Five Hypertrophy Training Principles You Must Understand

    1) Train More Often

    First and foremost, you must drop the notion that a muscle group can only be trained once a week. Strongmen from the past didn't train that way and you shouldn't either. The more frequent the growth-stimulating sessions you can have, the better.

    2) Forget about Time Under Tension

    One of the things that really makes me nauseous is the assumption that hypertrophy-inducing sets must last from 40 to 70 seconds (or is it 20 to 90 seconds, or 43.5 to 68.7 seconds?) So that must mean the classic 5 x 5 method doesn't build any muscle since those sets don't last at least 40 seconds. Or maybe I'm just a dumb hillbilly and everyone who uses the 5 x 5 method is actually using a tempo where each rep takes eight seconds? (I don't think so!)

    3) There's a Daily Limit to Muscle Stimulation

    I can't believe I'm actually going to do this, but I must quote a bodybuilding catch-phrase from the 1980's: stimulate, don't annihilate! There's an absolute limit to the amount of hypertrophy-inducing stimuli you can apply on any given day. That's why those "one day cures" are a huge, stinkin' pile of B.S. I feel sorry for those who actually wasted an entire day attempting such a program.

    4) Don't Train to Failure

    You must keep the nervous system from becoming overly fatigued if you want to train frequently. Therefore, leave the grunting and screaming to the frat boys who have 13" guns and spend their entire day doing concentration curls and wasting Daddy's money.

    5) Train Through Soreness

    Initially, you'll probably have constant soreness on this program. That's okay! The soreness will subside once recovery increases and proper adaptation has taken place. Soreness is your body's way of saying, "I need more carbs and protein." So feed your muscles constantly!


    The Anti-Bodybuilding Hypertrophy Program

    After reading through these principles, you probably understand why I refer to this as an anti-establishment program. I think I broke every so-called "hypertrophy" rule in the book! But you know what? This program rapidly builds muscle and it's very similar to the principles the old-time strongmen used to follow.

    Now, let's get to the program that's going to build some serious muscle and increase strength levels! (Keep in mind you can pick your own exercises. Those listed are just examples.)

    Day 1

    Sets per Muscle Group: Chest 10, Back 10

    Movement Plane: Horizontal

    Examples: Flat Barbell Bench, Barbell Rows, Seated Cable Row (both back movements using a pronated grip with the width the exact same as bench press)

    Reps: 3

    Load: 80% of 1RM

    Rest: 60 seconds between supersets (i.e. train chest, rest 60 secs, train back, rest 60 secs, train chest, rest 60 seconds, etc)


    Day 2: OFF


    Day 3

    Sets per Muscle Group: Thighs 5, Abs 5, Calves 5.

    Examples: Barbell Front Squat, Hanging Pike, Standing Calf Raise

    Reps: 10

    Load: 60% of 1RM

    Rest: 60 seconds between giant sets (i.e. train thighs, rest 60 secs, train abs, rest 60 secs, train calves, rest 60 secs, train thighs, rest 60 secs, etc.)


    Day 4: OFF


    Day 5

    Sets per Muscle Group: Chest 5, Back 5

    Movement Plane: Vertical

    Examples: Dips, Chin-ups

    Reps: 10

    Load: 60% of 1RM

    Rest: 60 seconds between supersets


    Day 6: OFF


    Day 7

    Sets per Muscle Group: Thighs 10, Abs 5, Calves 5

    Examples: Deadlift, Decline Sit-ups, Seated Calf Raise (Note that this uses different exercises from Day 3.)

    Reps: 3

    Load: 80% of 1RM

    Rest: 60 seconds between giant sets


    Day 8: OFF


    Days 9 & 17*

    Same as Day 1 except with 4 & 5 reps per set, respectively (in other words, you''ll just do 4 reps for each body part on Day 9 and 5 reps for each body part on Day 15).


    Days 11 & 19

    Same as Day 3 except with 65% & 70% of 1RM, respectively


    Days 13 & 21

    Same as Day 5 except with 65% & 70%, respectively


    Days 15 & 23

    Same as Day 7 except with 4 & 5 reps per set, respectively


    *The days that aren't listed are, of course, off days.


    A Reluctant Addendum

    I know what you're thinking:

    "Chad, you forgot to include direct arm work in that program!"

    No, I didn't. The best increases in upper arm hypertrophy are achieved through compound exercises such as dips, chin-ups, bench presses and rows. Therefore, no direct arm work is prescribed in this program.

    It's a strange phenomenon. Every trainee who's been around the iron game for more than a year knows that big arms are built from compound exercises, but people are still convinced they need direct arm work! So I'll give you the choice. I don't recommend the direct upper-arm work option, but I know some people will add direct arm work anyway, so I might as well make sure they do it right.

    If you feel cheated and betrayed by my original recommendations, follow the same parameters given in the plan, but cut the total sets in half. For example, on the 10 x 3 day at 80% of 1RM (i.e, Day 1), execute the following:


    Preacher Curl, Decline Dumbbell Triceps Extension Superset

    Sets: 5

    Reps: 3

    Load: 80% of 1RM

    Rest: 60 seconds

    On the other upper body day with 60% of 1RM, execute the following:

    Incline Hammer Curl, Tricep Pressdown Superset

    Sets: 2-3

    Reps: 10

    Load: 60% of 1RM

    Rest: 60 seconds


    Closing Remarks

    Don't forget, you must feed your recovery. Think of it this way, if maximum hypertrophy is your goal, you can't eat enough during the two hours post-workout and before going to bed. Eat throughout the day too!

    Follow the details of this program precisely and you'll be rewarded with head-turning muscle mass and a better understanding of "real" muscle-building methods.


    About the Author

    Chad Waterbury is a strength and conditioning coach with Bachelor of Science degrees in Human Biology and Physical Science. Currently, he's studying Graduate work in Physiology at the University of Arizona. He operates his company, Chad Waterbury Strength & Conditioning, in Tucson, AZ, where his clientele consists of members of military special forces units, athletes, professionals and non-athletes seeking exceptional physical performance and development. You can contact him through his website, ChadWaterbury.com

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    Uhm.........cavolo Shawn, troppo corto questo post avresti dovuto scrivere qualcosa in più........... §83
    A volte ho creduto fino a sei cose impossibili prima di colazione......

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    NON FU FARINA DEL MIO SACCO...

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    Nulla di particolare alterna giorni pesanti con giorni leggeri, l'unico punto che mi trova concorde con lui riguarda lo sviluppo della forza.
    Puoi programmare se devi fare una performance sportiva non se stai cercando di ipertrofizzare un bicipite.
    Enrico Z.

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    Io avevo già sentito parlare della Waterbury S&C, e mi aveva solleticato parecchio l'idea che, oltre a atleti professionisti e non, lo stesso stato americano indirizzasse determinati gruppi delle unità specilai proprio ai suoi corsi di allenamento. Per il resto, dopo averlo visto descritto così in dettaglio, mah...un minimo di perplessità rimane, vedi la mancanza di allenamento diretto per le braccia e la presenza di giorni di allenamento blandi alternati a giorni più impegnativi (ma questo può comunque essere un sistema, che però non mi attira particolarmente). Per quanto riguarda lo sviluppo della forza immagino abbia ragione, sul fatto che, come assicura lui, dall'allenamento descritto si possano ricavare " head-turning muscle mass and a better understanding of "real" muscle-building methods " ho qualche riserva, ma l'unica sarebbe provarlo per un pò

    In omnia pericola,
    tasta testicula!

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    Non ha allenamento diretto per le braccia? e questo allora cos'è???

    If you feel cheated and betrayed by my original recommendations, follow the same parameters given in the plan, but cut the total sets in half. For example, on the 10 x 3 day at 80% of 1RM (i.e, Day 1), execute the following:


    Preacher Curl, Decline Dumbbell Triceps Extension Superset

    Sets: 5

    Reps: 3

    Load: 80% of 1RM

    Rest: 60 seconds

    On the other upper body day with 60% of 1RM, execute the following:

    Incline Hammer Curl, Tricep Pressdown Superset

    Sets: 2-3

    Reps: 10

    Load: 60% of 1RM

    Rest: 60 seconds

    Puoi programmare se devi fare una performance sportiva non se stai cercando di ipertrofizzare un bicipite.
    Enrico Z.

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    Si Enrico lo avevo letto =) dicevo solo che lui, nel suo originale programma che è stato gentilmente trascrtitto da shawn, non include l'allenamento diretto delle rbaccia...infatti spende un pò di parole dicendo che
    I know what you're thinking:

    "Chad, you forgot to include direct arm work in that program!"

    No, I didn't. The best increases in upper arm hypertrophy are achieved through compound exercises such as dips, chin-ups, bench presses and rows. Therefore, no direct arm work is prescribed in this program.

    It's a strange phenomenon. Every trainee who's been around the iron game for more than a year knows that big arms are built from compound exercises, but people are still convinced they need direct arm work! So I'll give you the choice. I don't recommend the direct upper-arm work option, but I know some people will add direct arm work anyway, so I might as well make sure they do it right.

    If you feel cheated and betrayed by my original recommendations...ecc ecc

    La sua personale filosofia è di NON allenare direttamente le braccia però dice che, se proprio gli atleti (noi) ci sentiamo davvero in bisogno di allenarle direttamente, ALLORA ci fornisce i suoi suggerimenti su come farlo...
    Vabbè comunque era solo un appunto a un programma di allenamento che a me, personalmente, non piace particolarmente

    In omnia pericola,
    tasta testicula!

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