Well then apologies for the confusion but I did specify 'top bodybuilders' :good
I believe I specified 'top bodybuilders', if not I apologise but I was referring to top NPC/IFBB level competitors.
If you genuinely believe...
Again, as opposed to acting like a child, why don't you actually individually address my points?
- You said most...
Right, I didn't say they don't use gear on a cut to preserve muscle? They'll typically just alter doses/compounds.
Right, what does...
If the OP is a boxer trying to gain weight, a body part split is a poor choice, although your sentiments about focusing on compounds lifts I agree...
A lot of bodybuilders are still ******ed when it comes to nutrition, yet they still succeed given how basic the concepts are:
"Eat in a calorie...
Some of the best info I picked up about nutrition came from a guy that looks as if he has never picked up a weight, yet if you put some of that...
Didn't he reply on this very page?
Although you will see a lot of chebs in your average gym who take steroids to try and compensate for a lack of patience or knowledge...
You would get so much more from something like Fartlek training.
By me he does, yes. I don't think he does from everybody, particularly casual fans but I guess that's understandable.
Ward is better at the dirty work than Froch anyway imo, so that would work against him.
Ah yeah definitely, there's a lot goes in to reading a study as you obviously know very well. There's very little you can take even from the...
I know, that was my point :good
Very important to understand the limitations in a study, one thing that many pubmed ninjas don't.
Although as you say, it's not really the point of this thread; Cus D'Amato only had 1 amateur fight I think.
Scientific literature is certainly not without it's limitations, but it is far superior to some random anecdote. I'm not saying anecdote doesn't...
I can't believe anybody is actually paying for this.
Yeah, Paula Radcliffe used to do Olympic lifts once per week
Facepulls are something I would consider a mandatory exercise for any boxer too, tbh.
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You aren't going to train doing that, but what's the point? Your training should be efficient.
D_W, what you think of the box-squat for boxing training? I'm a big fan and I know the likes of DeFranco utilise this quite often with athletes.
Ofcourse a coach isn't always right, but a coach should mould his philosphies based off of experience and learn how to apply them to certain...