02-02-2004, 04:31 PM #1
just tried dogg crapp for first time
i admit i was a bit skeptical but after i read those 3 parts that saboudian posted in another thread i decided to give it a try
i gave my all.... and right now i feel great, the 6 second negatives really make the excersizes hard because i had never done any slow negatives before and i also like that my gym time was dramatically decreased because of lesser volume, i also really really like the "extreme stretches". you can really feel each muslce being stretched so effectively
conclusion: i highly recommend this routine and will stick with it for at least 4 months to check progress
02-03-2004, 01:50 AM #2
yeah i've been doing this routine for about 4 months, its great, i wont be changing routine for quite sometime, my strength has gone up 100% on some excercises, but about 50% on average
02-03-2004, 02:03 AM #3
Sounds great, keep us updated on your results with this program. I was thinking of giving it a try myself sometime.
02-03-2004, 09:30 PM #4
Can someone PM me this routine???I found a thread on it, but had no routine...
02-03-2004, 10:12 PM #5
PM me the routine too.. or hoss if you get it pmed to you hit me up with it. I have been readin about it to but am also a bit skeptical.
02-03-2004, 10:15 PM #6
anyone else got some good results from the doggcrap routine.. ive only read good things so far.. most likely will switch
02-03-2004, 11:20 PM #7
PM me the routine also if possible
02-03-2004, 11:43 PM #8Associate Member
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and me as well please.....
02-04-2004, 01:16 AM #9
02-05-2004, 08:28 PM #10
thanks i was just about to post that link up, long read but worth it
02-06-2004, 03:55 PM #11
Just curious what 3 exercises you chose(will choose) for each muscle group...My thoughts....
Chest : Decline Barbell, Decline Dumbbell, Flat Dumbbell (partner has a messed up shoulder so Im trying to avoid shoulder intensive here e.g. incline.
Shoulders: Front barbell press(smith or off seated setup?), Front Dumbbell, Machine press?
Tricep: Dips, Pushdown, Skull Crushers
Back Width: Front Pulldowns, Pull ups, Wide Grip Pull Downs with hands facing each other
Back Thickness: T-Bar, Deadlift, Barbell Row
Bicep: Preacher Curls, Seated Alternating Curls, Standing Barbell Curls
Forearm: Hammer, 2nd ?, 3rd ?
Calves: Seated Raises, Standing Raises, 45 degree Hack Squat machine raise
Hamstring: Romanian Deads, Lying Leg Curl, Seated Leg Curl
Quads: Squats, Leg Press, Hack Squat Machine
Basically I need help picking the exercises, and organizing them so they work well together on the same days....I didnt organize up there, just wrote down off the top of the head.....
02-06-2004, 05:15 PM #12
I using his diet and training method with some modification for me. But been so since Jan 7th, just ramped up supplements last bit, but have gained 15lbs since, which at this stage of the game for me is very good. Most importantly for me, keep me lean
02-06-2004, 07:23 PM #13
absolutely lethal- i think it is a must to have incline in at least one day or you'll get those terrible looking pecs where you can still see your collarbone but have big lower pecs
Silverfox- what kind of modifications did you do to his diet?
02-09-2004, 03:48 AM #14
i actually dont follow his eating routine at all, i did when i started, i was doin 500g of protein a day and all that, but then a friend of mine told me about a diet he was using, i thought he was nuts, but i've been doing it now for 3 months and i get just as good strength and size gains as on high protein, basically i eat mostly fruit, fructose, some nuts, and about 100g of protein a day and thats it, i can control my b/f level very easily like i never have been able to before, and i keep getting bigger and stronger, upto almost 300lb now, lowest b/f that i've had for a long time.
But i know no one is going to believe me
02-09-2004, 04:48 AM #15
lostsoul - what does the layout of that diet look like
02-09-2004, 03:09 PM #16Banned
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for the last year, i have been doing max poundages low volume training and i progress every single dam week.
i thought i read he article pretty good, but what exactly is extreme stretching, i think i may have missed it
02-10-2004, 03:52 AM #17
my diet looks a bit like this:
porridge ,mixed with no milk, only water, honey sprinkled on top
fruit salad (pineapple, mago, apple, peach etc etc)
10amish (pre, during and post workout meal/drink)
one scoop whey protien powder (3og) blended with
orange juice (or other fruit juice), 2 bananas, 2 raw eggs (whole),
2 tablespoon of honey)
fruit salad (same as before)
fish, tuna, mackerel
picking away at tupperware filled with dried fruit (dates, pineapple,
banana, apricots, brazil nuts etc etc)
same as 1pm
same as 2:30pmish dried fruit
oats with water and honey on top
no one thinks this works but it does, i still use doggcraps routine and make better gains than most people naturally.
02-11-2004, 01:08 AM #18
did the DC routine until i got a f'in hernia. great strength gains from it though.
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