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High-Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way #2020

High Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way A PAPERBACK ORIGINALHigh intensity bodybuilding advice from the first man to win a perfect score in the Mr Universe competitionThis one of a kind book profiles the high intensity training HIT techniqu

  • Title: High-Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way
  • Author: Mike Mentzer John R.Little
  • ISBN: 0639785410904
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Paperback
  • High-Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way By Mike Mentzer John R.Little, A PAPERBACK ORIGINALHigh intensity bodybuilding advice from the first man to win a perfect score in the Mr Universe competitionThis one of a kind book profiles the high intensity training HIT techniques pioneered by the late Mike Mentzer, the legendary bodybuilder, leading trainer, and renowned bodybuilding consultant His highly effective, proven approach enables bodybA PAPERBACK ORIGINALHigh intensity bodybuilding advice from the first man to win a perfect score in the Mr Universe competitionThis one of a kind book profiles the high intensity training HIT techniques pioneered by the late Mike Mentzer, the legendary bodybuilder, leading trainer, and renowned bodybuilding consultant His highly effective, proven approach enables bodybuilders to get results and win competitions by doing shorter, less frequent workouts each week Extremely time efficient, HIT sessions require roughly 40 minutes per week of training as compared with the lengthy workout sessions many bodybuilders would expect to put in daily.In addition to sharing Mentzer s workout and training techniques, featured here is fascinating biographical information and striking photos of the world class bodybuilder taken by noted professional bodybuilding photographers that will inspire and instruct serious bodybuilders and weight lifters everywhere.

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    1. Mike Mentzer was one of the all time greats in bodybuilding He was also a great writer, and a deep thinker His ideas on training were a bit rigid to say the least He was a my way or the highway kind of guy, but they are a must read if you re at all serious about training with weights This book was Mike s masterpiece It s been than ten years since Mike Mentzer passed away, and his ideas still spark heated debate among bodybuilders.

    2. This is a book about becoming a multi dimensional human being It will teach you about weight lifting principles and work outs, but it is so much than that I started reading this book around Thanksgiving I had for several years accepted the idea that my athletic peak was in high school and in a rare moment of doubting that idea I got this book on a whim I breezed through this book and in the process was inspired to hit the gym HIT suits my busy lifestyle and brought me shocking gains in my first [...]

    3. mike mentzer, mike mentzer ayn rand meets arnold schwarzenegger this is a strange book, with all kinds of glossy pin ups of mentzer as well as his weird ron swanson y individualistic rants, but the training method he created lift heavy weight to failure, pre exhaust isolated muscles, don t rack up huge training volume s, follow a balanced diet is fantastic i used rippetoe s books to fix the form on all my major lift, wendler s 5 3 1 to push my numbers into the 405 bench 455 squat 625 deadlift ra [...]

    4. This book needs a revision to fulfill its potential Mike Mentzer is no longer with us, so I implore the publisher to hire either Mike s most successful student, Dorian Yates, or the bodybuilding journalist Peter McGough to edit a new edition Updates to three areas in particular would turn this into a 5 star training manual The first area is training frequency Mentzer recommended lifting as little as once per week using his methods we ve since learned that you can effectively use High Intensity t [...]

    5. Buen libro, que busca profundizar no solo en la actividad f sica, sino tambi n en la motivaci n para realizar la actividad deportiva del fisicoconstructivismo Quedan ciertas lagunas de cuestiones importantes en la teor a del entrenamiento, que por profundizar en la teor a o filosof a , quedan sin resolver.El mayor problema del HIT es sobrevalorar el intelecto humano y generalizar, tal vez sin querer, la biomec nica y desarrollo f sico Sin embargo maneja de una gran manera el tema del desarrollo [...]

    6. Many come into the gym in the evening, for instance, feeling defeated, perhaps having been royally chewed out by their bosses just an hour earlier Their workouts will most likely end up wishy washy affairs, lacking the ferocious intensity required for optimal progress What is required if a bodybuilder hopes to realize the most from his workouts and become a champion The answer an attitude befitting a hero, one full of fury an attitude I call siege mentality If you are passionate about lifting th [...]

    7. I do not agree with other reviews that Mike Mentzer was dogmatic in his approach to bodybuilding His advice changed little from the 1970 s to the 90 s and only because his was a work in progress He trained literally thousands of clients during these years and amassed himself countless experiences and results during this time This book is the culmination of these experiences If dogma exists, it is purely in the mind of the beholder as time and time again, Mentzer gives explanation and reason to w [...]

    8. This book literally changed my life It helped me progress from 12st to 15st in less than 3 months steroid free and aim to compete as an All Natural Bodybuilder This is a book that sends most bodybuilders into fits of laughter because they don t grasp the science behind the theory but once the proof is seen in the results, there is no denying that this is solid science based and fully researched theory and it works it also proves that Mike Mentzer as with many bodybuilders, was not just a dumb ba [...]

    9. I seem to be reading some very counterintuitive stuff at the momentits me, that s the way forward.I enjoyed this book very much, and it is one to keep and reread now and again.Mentzer s tips on weight training make a lot of sense, it s difficult to argue with what he says when you can see the results throughout the book, and I ve started training using his method too early to say whether it works or not, though am already stepping up the amounts of weight I can lift.Totally recommended if you re [...]

    10. The amazing Mike Mentzer with John Little shares his profound knowledge of physiology and body building HIT has long been known to be the way to build muscle mass.The book is written in a format to present not only the exercise routines of Mike he also shares his Philosophical point of view in terms of exercise and what it means to excel and push your body to its personal maximum A profound book on building muscle and one that will not be appreciated for its gravity for many years He was well ah [...]

    11. This book is so unlike its modern counterparts that promises all kinds of quick fixes regarding bodybuilding Fitness training.Even todays bodybuilders will share the same philosophies with regard to progressively reducing workout time and training with higher intensity.As someone already mentioned,Mike Mentzer truly was ahead of his time.If you re into bodybuilding or fitness training give Mentzer a fair hearing.And if you are really serious about building muscle this book will very soon reserve [...]

    12. My favorite lifting book ever Even if lots of what Mike firmly claimed to be truth is already disprooved by science, and he constanly criticized people for their lack of logic mike had himself lots of logical falacies which he often could hide behind charisma.Nonetheless way ahead of his time Someone who could figure out how not to live in a gym while 95% of his competing peers were doing so deserves to be called a legend.

    13. If you ve read Mentzer s Heavy Duty books, you ve read a good deal of this one And, some of the ideas on training have been surpassed and others validated further The section on competitive bodybuilding, finding the best in yourself, and motivation, are excellent, however And if you haven t read Mentzer before, start with this, and do it immediately Recommended.

    14. Brilliant read, very informative on not only the physiological concepts of intense training, but also the philosophy behind training and training in the bigger picture of progression Well laid out and clearly written by an obviously experienced and intelligent master of the art.

    15. One of my favourite body building books The information is greatly useful, and Mike was a great guy A philosopher of bodybuilding to be exact.

    16. I m a HIT fan After reading this book I m a Mike Mentzer fan Learned one new exercise from this book but I enjoyed reading it.

    17. Clear and persuasive with some excellent workout tips, but suffers from the lack of scientific research and evidence Apparently works for some people, but not for everyone.

    18. With quotes from everyone from Ayn Rand to Walt Whitman and William James, this is intelligent bodybuilding for intelligent people.

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