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    Good site, monster lifts

    In a discussion with a guy who posts on frankshamrock's site I found this site:
    http://www.elitefitnesssystems.com/
    These guys are currently the monsters of power lifting. The center of their program relies on what has been called "non-linear periodization". Peridoization is the cycling through different phases of lifting with different goals (not really but good enough). The non-linear approach maintains a continual integration of strength and explosiveness.

    This article talks about one sub-fighter's take on it and the program itself.
    http://www.elitefitnesssystems.com/d...g-the-iron.htm
    This also is a valuable article:
    http://www.elitefitnesssystems.com/d...ate_system.htm

    I also have a quality linear periodization routine more specifically for mma. PM me if anyone wants it.

    Additonal resources can be found in (currently) the final post on this thread:
    http://www.frankshamrock.org/forum/f...=37&PN=1&TPN=2

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    The elitefitness guys are the ones mainly responsible for chain and band integration into lifting, great but be careful.

    Always remeber one thing:
    Body builders are totally mechanized attack squad (you too piz)

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    Here is a modification of the Westside program that may be more useful for those going the non-power lifting route:

    http://www.defrancostraining.com/articles/articles.htm

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    Damn interesting.. i am a beleiver in the MAX principle of weight lifting.. the only thing the body responds to i think is stress.. and the more the intesity the better.. (with the more rest needed after)

    i like the guys schedule alot too..
    Last edited by JohnnyBoy; 5/11/2004 5:57am at .

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    Why are powerlifters always fat?

    Rudy Reyes > Bear Grylls

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    its all non cardio i guess
    Last edited by JohnnyBoy; 5/12/2004 4:14am at .

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    Good article Dochter. Thanks

    K-bar,

    Not ALL powerlifters are fat. Usually the ones in the super heavy are usually pretty big but thats because the added weight helps push more weight.
    Powerlifting is a sport with weight classes (like MMA, boxing, etc) You wont find a "fat" powerlifter in the 110-242 weight class (as a rule)
    Why are all superheeavyweights like Cabbage and Eric Pele fat? Because they weigh 300 lbs+ and it's very hard to carry 300 lbs of ripped muscle.

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    Magnus ver Magnusson, now there is a fat fucker.

    Oh wait.

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    Also Mariusz Pudzianowski is a fat lazy bastard! I mean look at this flabby ****:

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    The second link in my first post...

    They told the guy to eat a couple of candybars a day.

    Couple of months later "well I think I went a little overboard with the candybars."

    LMAO

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