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    Quote Originally Posted by lilarnold View Post
    i know this is a little old of a post but this is NOT HIT training. i counted over 20 sets for back. just so people who are reading this this is not heavy duty training. this is volume training
    Did you see the part about the warmups??

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    Default Major rift about H.I.T. certification program

    Just was on Drew Baye's site and he "literally" ripped Chris Lultz' training certification program.

    I was formally endorsed by Drew, and other HIT advocates from other sites.

    It will interesting to see the fallout.

    http://baye.com/sparta-personal-trai.../#comment-3676

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    nice info on the HIT workout, very complete u covered everything thanks

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    I was watching Mike Mentzer's underground seminar again, and he made a point that reverse grip pulldowns(RGLP) were the best bicep developer because it works the bicep from both attachment points.

    I've been looking at some HIT routines as of late that do not incorporate ANY bicep curls at all. If you have a RGLP and a rowing movement such as a cable row, they seem to think that hits the biceps enough - if done HIT style.

    Is there literature out there suggesting RGLP better?

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    Very valuable info, I just discovered that I'm on HIT, but with some mistakes ... I'll correct those thanks to the thread

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    High Intensity Interval Training, better known as HIIT, is one of the best ways to lose fat while keeping your all-important muscle. HIIT uses fast-paced training intervals combined with short rests to maximize you heart rate and metabolism. The HIIT workout can keep you burning fat well after the exercise is completed "What is DXF?".

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolascage263 View Post
    High Intensity Interval Training, better known as HIIT, is one of the best ways to lose fat while keeping your all-important muscle. HIIT uses fast-paced training intervals combined with short rests to maximize you heart rate and metabolism. The HIIT workout can keep you burning fat well after the exercise is completed "What is DXF?".
    The thread was about HIT.

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    I used HIT while dieting last year and really liked it for that aspect. The hardest thing for me was the 1 set deal, Even though i would be pouring sweat and be toast for 10 minutes i always felt like i had more in me for another set. Awesome program though i saw very good strength gains after adding in drop sets, pumps were ALWAYS sick too!

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    Wow your post and all responses will really help me too.

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    This style of training is absolutely the best. I have grown tremendously and keep growing.. I have been training with a guy out here in Phoenix with an awesome nautilus club. We got to ABSOLUTE FAILURE no more than 5-6 sets depending on the body part. great post, check out the website for other cool training info. and HIT styles: http://www.highintensityheadquarters.com/

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    When I got serious about my training, I started with HIT and its been life changing.

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    Great workout routines... I especially liked routine which was offered by Dr. Ken Leistner. I will try to use it by myself and I will see how it goes. I want to develop my muscular strength.

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