Many People are still subscribing to my old You Tube page. This is the newest one.
Here is the link for my new You tube page. I took all the music out of the old ones and re-edited many of the new ones. This page is still active because many of the article I have written are linked here. The same videos are on the new page, plus many more..If you find an article and there is no link. Just let me know and I will fix it. firstname.lastname@example.org
Such a great video,but is it complete. shall we take a look.
Why: With feet properly placed. The force goes through the hips, not the knees, as in a squat.
It is always amazing to me the things I end up writing on in 2019. This time it is the good old Leg Press. You would think by now there would be a hundred articles on it and how to use it. Well, as you will see this just isn’t true. Thus, I would like to offer up some information for you.
The first misconception I need to clear up is the expectation we all have that equipment companies in this day and age would be the leaders in designing the equipment so that it worked the best possible way for the targeted muscles. Well, guess what? They don’t as you will soon come to see.
I watch the videos of Muscle and Motion all the time. As I have said before they are the best in animation in training I have ever seen. BUT, do the know that many of their materal may be old…as I would say. Here is a great video on “chest” BUT when you start doing upper and ower chest with a bar you reduce the range of motion and the arms tire out first. So I developed my version of cables that I feel just work upper and lower directly. You decide.
Muscle Coach version
Let me know what you think. email@example.com
Any of you that are actually taking the time to read these are seeing a part of history that few in todays training world are aware of. To see the material here is still relevant and sometimes a head of the times still is my goal.
If you have any questions or comments please leave them or contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No Ab Muscles
I just had to have a quick post here. What anyone that really looks closely can see in this latest group of professional Bodybuilders is they really don’t have really strong developed ab muscles. LOOK. Sure they come out from dieting ,but none have this rock hard muscle structure you see on other muscles. WHY….They don’t train the abs like any other bodypart. Maybe for years they had no tools to allow the abs to work. Since the Ab Mat allowed full movement of the spine things are changing.
Show me one Guy who trains heavy like my man in the video and I’ll show you real abs. Good luck, I’m off for Christmas.
The abs just are not “rocks”
Fred Koch, email@example.com
The benefit of having all the issues of my articles in Ironman is I can jump around when I find something I think that is really interesting. When I started to release the articles on Periodization I was sure the information was still relevent and see it still is. The big breakthrough after the articles was in December 1992 we released a do it yourself version of the Ironman Training System. We called it the “THE IRONMAN TRAINING System Success Guide For the American Bodybuilder”. This book explained all you needed to know to design your own programs and to do the calculations for every set and rep for each of the workouts in the phases.
I have made numerous changes in designing programs since I first started. Most important are the changes in the formulas for the workout sets and reps. Since I have plenty of people to experiment on as a gym owner I can continue to improve the system. This appendix is included with the orginal. To order a PDF copy check out the end of the this post.
This is the fourth of my reposts of the release of the IronMan Bodybuilding Training System. As always I encourage you to make comments and let me know what your thoughts are.
By John Balik