High-Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way | Angus & Robertson
High-intensity bodybuilding advice from the first man to win a perfect score in the Mr. Universe competition. This one-of-a-kind book profiles the high-intensity training HIT techniques pioneered by the late Mike Mentzer, the legendary bodybuilder, leading trainer, and renowned bodybuilding consultant.
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His highly effective, proven approach enables bodybuilders to get results--and win competitions--by doing shorter, less frequent workouts each week. Extremely time-efficient, HIT sessions require roughly 40 minutes per week of training--as compared with the lengthy workout sessions many bodybuilders would expect to put in daily. In addition to sharing Mentzer's workout and training techniques, featured here is fascinating biographical information and striking photos of the world-class bodybuilder--taken by noted professional bodybuilding photographers--that will inspire and instruct serious bodybuilders and weight lifters everywhere.
Mike Mentzer was the big man before Arnie came onto the bodybuilding scene. John Little , longtime friend of Mike Mentzer, is the author of more than twenty-five books on bodybuilding, martial arts, history, and philosophy. He was the first bodybuilder to ever garner a perfect score in competition and an innovator and pioneer in the realm of bodybuilding training and nutrition.
Mentzer's ideas - culled from intense personal research with thousands of bodybuilders the world over, as well as his own vast in-the-gym experiences - have been embraced by bodybuilders, fitness enthusiasts, CEOs of multi-million dollar corporations, and hailed by the scientific community. More than any other bodybuilding writer or authority, Mike Mentzer has single-handedly changed the way American bodybuilders have looked at exercise. Although he was a prolific writer and lecturer, traveling the world to speak on the subjects of muscle building and the art of living a more rational and rewarding life, the distilled wisdom of his over 30 years of study and research into the ultimate nature of bodybuilding training has never before been recorded into a single volume - until now!
With "High-Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way" , Mentzer reveals the summary of over three decades of his training and bodybuilding research. This incredible book reveals how you can get fast results in a fraction of the time.
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Forget what you've read about "more is better. You will ultimately reach a higher level of physical fitness, gain a greater self-esteem, and learn to think with logic and sound rational thought in your every day life's situations, as well as, your training. If you are tired of spending countless hours pumping iron at the gym with minimal results, if you have upped your training time and weights but experienced little or no change in your physique, this book is the answer to what you've been searching for! By using this HEAVY DUTY high-intensity training program, you will find there is no excuse not to reach your maximum potential - no matter how busy your schedule seems to be.
In "High-Intensity Training the Mike Mentzer Way" , Mentzer shares his proven, groundbreaking approach to bodybuilding, based on scientific research and sound thinking.
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Applied properly, this method of short, intense training sessions will develop your muscles to their genetic potential faster and more efficiently than any other program out there. Here you will discover: How excessive training is slowing down your progress The importance of working to the "point of failure" Three easy ways to raise the intensity level of your workouts Why added low-intensity sets are counterproductive Four simple techniques for maximum muscle stimulation Why a six-day split routine does not provide ample rest How to push past mental and physical plateaus Once you master the system, you'll be able to answer your own training problems and become your own coach.