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Started By SotonStallion (southampton, Hampshire, U.K)
Started on: 8/12/2011 2:39:14 PM, viewed 5158 times
The one valid theory of bodybuilding exercise

Who agrees or disagrees that Heavy Duty HIT training is the one and only valid theory of bodybuilding exercise?

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unbuff (adelaide, sa, australia) on 8/13/2011 9:12:52 PM

Based on its theory and principles in that respect.

Yes.

Nothing (New Orleans, LA, U.S.A.) on 8/14/2011 10:42:35 AM

I agree with Unbuff. But is it the only way to get big and strong? I don′t think so. Definitely the most efficient though.

unbuff (adelaide, sa, australia) on 8/14/2011 10:38:33 PM

A lot of the time why people hate HIT, is that you really have to push through the pain threshold on that one and only set and a lot of people simply aren′t man enough.

SotonStallion (southampton, Hampshire, U.K) on 8/15/2011 5:15:08 AM

The reason why people gain on other training is because they all have one or some of the principles that heavy duty HIT does (i.e people rest, and they raise the intensity of their workout but maybe the duration is too long). What HIT has achieved is to put all the principles of bodybuilding into one solid way of training. If you use all the principles to its full potential, you will gain muscles quick to your full potential.

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