THE NEW HIGH INTENSITY TRAINING ELLINGTON DARDEN PDF

In Stock Overview Certain to become the bible of HIT-the training that revolutionized lifting with shorter, far-more-intense workouts-New High Intensity Training by Ellington Darden is the last word on how to achieve explosive growth safely, without steroids! For many dedicated bodybuilders, the weight-lifting theories of Arthur Jones are gospel. It was Jones, the inventor of Nautilus exercise equipment, who first discovered that short, intense workouts could produce better results than the long, high-volume workouts then in vogue. At the heart of the book is a complete, illustrated, six-month course for explosive growth. Exercise by exercise, workout by workout, the reader is shown precisely what to do, and perhaps even more important, what not to do. Charging that too many bodybuilders follow a more-is-better approach-too many exercises, too many sets, and too much frequency-and rely on steroids to compensate for depleted recovery ability, Darden shows why HIT, steroid-free and healthy, is the best way to safely build muscle.

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Arthur Jones, feeding one of his baby elephants. Note the machine gun with a banana clip — this guy means business. Arthur Jones was the roughest, toughest, meanest and smartest Iron Game pioneer who ever walked the Earth and the man who revolutionized strength training forever.

His ideas influenced millions of people to start training in the most effective manner possible. I was fifteen years old — just a freshman in high school — and starting to get into strength training in a serious way.

I was looking for the best way to get as big and as strong as I possibly could for the next football season. So I took the folder and, without looking too closely at it, noticed that it contained a series of training articles written by Arthur Jones; a name I vaguely recalled from the past. This was a lot of material to go through and I originally intended to throw it in some forgotten corner of my room and get around to it when I had more time probably never.

I took a seat right there at the top of the stairs and began to read… Understand, I had seen books on strength training — lots of them. Those articles were like nothing I had ever seen before. A few hours went by but it only felt like a few minutes as I made my way through the material. I read everything. When I got done, I felt 10 feet tall, like I had found diamonds as big as basketballs in my own backyard. No more confusion — I now possessed the keys to super strength. That day my life and my training changed forever.

Strength training had never been explained to me this way before. Many of the things about strength training that I had previously been confused about now made perfect sense. Within those pages, I learned the foundations almost a step-by-step blueprint for understanding the fundamental building-blocks of Strength development.

All that was left was to do it, and now I had the Confidence to know I was on the right path. Darden Strikes Again! Over four decades ago, when Arthur Jones unleashed his training philosophy on an unsuspecting world, it soon spread like wildfire. It made a heck of a lot of sense to thousands upon thousands of trainees all over the country and the world, and in practice, worked better than anything else than they ever tried.

Among the many people who achieved tremendous results were Ellington Darden, a Champion Bodybuilder and Ph.

Darden eventually trained under Arthur Jones and ended up achieving the best results he had ever experienced — Darden was a previous collegiate Mr. America contest winner, so this was really saying something. Training with Arthur Jones had such a big impact that Ellington Darden has been writing about it ever since.

Darden has the unique distinction of being there throughout the entire Nautilus phenomenon so he can definitely tell you the real deal.

Today, with nearly 50 books to his credit on a variety of subjects, now Dr. There might be a pretty good case for him being both. Imagine stepping into a time machine to see and hear from the people who were actually there to learn the real story behind Nautilus, Arthur Jones and the whole ball of wax — Now you can!

This book would be a valuable addition to your Strength library for just the Golden Age photos alone. Casey Viator — The youngest Mr. Read what Casey recalls about his most grueling exercise sessions with Arthur. America , Mr. Olympia Winner Dorian Yates. Intensity vs. Form: Which is more important?

What if you could be a fly on the wall and listen in on how some of the strongest men of all time trained? How about a look at their unique training equipment? Find out more on page You Want Training Routines?

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Arthur Jones, feeding one of his baby elephants. Note the machine gun with a banana clip — this guy means business. Arthur Jones was the roughest, toughest, meanest and smartest Iron Game pioneer who ever walked the Earth and the man who revolutionized strength training forever. His ideas influenced millions of people to start training in the most effective manner possible.

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The New High Intensity Training

It was Jones, the inventor of Nautilus exercise equipment, who first discovered that short, intense workouts could produce better results than the long, high-volume workouts then in vogue. This new book-by champion bodybuilder, exercise researcher, and best selling author Ellington Darden, Ph. At the heart of the book is a complete, illustrated, six- month course for explosive growth. Exercise by exercise, workout by workout, the reader is shown precisely what to do, and perhaps even more important, what not to do. Darden also shows why HIT, when pursued steroid-free, is the best way to safely build muscle.

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