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2003/12/26 02:24:47 (permalink)
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H.I.T. SQUAD

Whats with everyone doing loads of sets.Theres absolutly no purpose in 'beating a dead horse'. Mike Mentzer.....read people pls.
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    Jeroen
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    RE: H.I.T. SQUAD 2003/12/26 11:03:15 (permalink)
    I know people for who HIT was a speedway to obesity
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    JayavarmanVII
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    RE: H.I.T. SQUAD 2003/12/26 20:37:08 (permalink)
    Would you care to clarify the point above. You're seriously suggesting that HIT makes you fat?!

    TUFF
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    BIGP
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    RE: H.I.T. SQUAD 2003/12/27 02:59:04 (permalink)
    Yeah im curious aswell?
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    RE: H.I.T. SQUAD 2003/12/27 21:24:26 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Jeroen

    I know people for who HIT was a speedway to obesity


    That is nothing to do with their weight training. That is cardio and diet related.
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    RE: H.I.T. SQUAD 2003/12/27 21:25:13 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by BIGP

    Whats with everyone doing loads of sets.Theres absolutly no purpose in 'beating a dead horse'. Mike Mentzer.....read people pls.


    Whilst I am a fan of abbreviated routines you would have to pay me good money to make me do hit.
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    RE: H.I.T. SQUAD 2003/12/28 18:33:28 (permalink)
    hit is good for strength increases or so I found (on very some lifts at least) but there's usually not enough volume or frequency to stimulate muscle growth. but theres all kinds of different hit so u cant really pidgeonhole it :)
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    RE: H.I.T. SQUAD 2003/12/28 18:42:52 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Jeroen

    I know people for who HIT was a speedway to obesity



    I have heard quite a few stories where poeple have got a little fatter. It's due to the workouts being shorter and less calorie burning (particually if the individual has changed to hit from a mentall 20 sets per bodypart routine) poeple not adjusting thier calories accordingly.
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    RE: H.I.T. SQUAD 2003/12/28 22:25:22 (permalink)
    quote:
    Whats with everyone doing loads of sets.Theres absolutly no purpose in 'beating a dead horse'. Mike Mentzer.....read people pls.

    Why not write some assertions and give us something to read?
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    RE: H.I.T. SQUAD 2004/03/08 11:09:25 (permalink)
    anyone care to elaborate on this topic. Do people think HIT (Mentzer style) with three sessions of HIIT cardio a week is a good combo?
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    RE: H.I.T. SQUAD 2004/03/08 12:22:59 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Meatball

    but theres all kinds of different hit so u cant really pidgeonhole it :)

    Precisely..

    With regards to weight loss and high intensity training read this article

    http://www.iartonline.ca/articles/weightcontrol.html

    Paul.
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    RE: H.I.T. SQUAD 2004/03/08 12:31:42 (permalink)
    Theres a thread discussing what blows about HIT here...

    http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=74151

    Cheers,

    Gav.
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    RE: H.I.T. SQUAD 2004/03/08 12:39:49 (permalink)
    Is this the Gavin Laird from the HardGainer Round Table?
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    RE: H.I.T. SQUAD 2004/03/08 13:35:44 (permalink)
    ubt how about the fact that you are training it with HIIT cardio three times a week?
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    RE: H.I.T. SQUAD 2004/03/08 15:31:41 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by BIGP

    Whats with everyone doing loads of sets.Theres absolutly no purpose in 'beating a dead horse'. Mike Mentzer.....read people pls.



    mike mentzer is a muppet and his training principles are equally stupid.

    hows that for a statement with no facts to back them up?!?!?!

    rob
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