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2011/03/24 20:10:06 (permalink)

Body by Science

http://www.the21convention.com/2011/03/05/doug-mcguff-t21c-2010/
 
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0071597174?ie=UTF8&tag=thedrelou-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=0071597174
 
This seems like some interesting stuff on the science of building muscle, has anyone got this book/use the principles?
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    Re:Body by Science 2011/03/25 14:26:40 (permalink)
    I havn't read it or heard of it. I looked about a bit and on face value it seems dubious whether this is of true value. It comes across in a vary 'scam' manner. However without reading it? I did not have the time to watch the vid. That would be key in deciding if the book was worth buying.
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    Re:Body by Science 2011/03/25 14:42:18 (permalink)
    Download the ebook here: http://www.mediafire.com/?4z50c81j58tfcpn
     
    I've just started to read it.
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    Re:Body by Science 2011/03/25 15:46:01 (permalink)
    I'm not too sure about your body being able to adapt to eating twice a day?? Going from breakfast to mid-afternoon and then realizing that you've skipped past lunch?? Hmmm....training 15mins with ten days recovery is at the other end of all our scales I guess...who's tried that approach? I can't knock what I haven't tried in that respect though...but do I lose some muscle that's taken years and years to build in finding out? I just wouldn't go there and take that risk..
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    Re:Body by Science 2011/03/25 16:20:55 (permalink)
    I might take a look at this, cheers for the link SJM but won't be taking the risk of trying it haha.  Like iaink said, it seems more in a scamming way to me, but without the read we shall not know. 
     
    EDIT: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aY7mrI2jscU
    If anyone in my gym breathed like that, i don't think i'd be there much longer LMAO
    post edited by Jecko - 2011/03/25 16:26:59
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    Re:Body by Science 2011/03/25 18:05:59 (permalink)
    ^^worth a read mate, especially as your workouts are short....I want to believe it, it would free up a lot of time :)
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    Re:Body by Science 2011/03/25 18:09:37 (permalink)
    strikalite

    ^^worth a read mate, especially as your workouts are short....I want to believe it, it would free up a lot of time :)

    Yeah, it's the reason why I thought of giving it a read too, 
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    Re:Body by Science 2011/03/26 15:22:44 (permalink)
    Hmmm....training 15mins with ten days recovery

     
    If this is what he suggests then it is truly bull****, and clearly designed for the lazy market
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    Re:Body by Science 2011/03/26 15:51:50 (permalink)
    Not finished the book yet, interesting so far though, the argument is that short intense exercise is better than long bouts of less intense exercise and that working harder and smarter for 15 mins is better than a 1 hour session of moderate work that doesn't push you. Im taking 15 mins every ten days to be a minimum not a maximum! 
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    Re:Body by Science 2011/03/27 15:34:25 (permalink)
    So it's based on HIT which has been around for year?
    I scanned through the book and if i'm honest didn't like the way it was lay out, can be quite weird to read at times. Scrapped it haha.
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    Re:Body by Science 2011/03/27 18:14:56 (permalink)
    the idea isn`t new by any means.
    in fact it is donkeys years old, and it STILL doesn`t work!
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