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Started By Matteboye (LINCS, LINCS, United Kingdom)

Started on: 5/9/2004 6:18:37 AM, viewed 559 times
Anthony Ellis

Hi, i′m interested to know if anyone has purchased the ebook "Gain Mass" by Anthony Ellis (one of the body of work finalists), what they think of it and if it′s based around HIT priniciples. I notice from Brad Wadlow′s site that he may have some ebooks available soon which i′m looking forward to – he has some really good articles on his site.

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Wolfie (Los Angeles, 90210, U.S.A.) on 5/11/2004 7:30:50 AM

I have "Gaining Mass". The bulk of the workouts are based on a 3-day split (m-w-f, for example), each bodypart hit once a week, pyramiding weights for 4 sets on a compound movement, followed by a "burn out" set of the same exercise, and then an isolation movement or two for that same muscle group. Much lower volume than you′ll see in your typical magazine workout, not sure if it qualifies as HIT. Bascially there′s nothiing in there that you won′t see on the internet for free at any number of websites.

Matteboye (LINCS, LINCS, United Kingdom) on 5/11/2004 3:40:26 PM

Thanks Wolfie for your response. The workouts you describe IMHO are certainly not HIT, the volume is too high and the frequency is borderline! It′s interesting that Brad Wadlow, another of the EAS champs goes for pure HIT…..short, intense workouts becoming less frequent. I wonder what Brad′s workout was when he did the initial challenge…??

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