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    dc training

    I was wondering if anyone has used this type of training and how effective it is. and also if you have followed it or read up on it if you could explain it better im kinda confused about how it works and how follow it correctly. thanks for your help

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    http://forums.steroid.com/showthread...ight=doggcrapp

    All you need to know.

    Trust me, it works if you give it an honest go.

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    thanks alot man i appreciate the response. i guess i should of used the search lol

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    I am currently following a DC routine.

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    DSM how are you handling the DC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    DSM how are you handling the DC.
    Kicking my @$$. It keeps your intensity at 100% all the time. I was feeling so-so yesterday but i would look at my previous lift and know in my head i have two options more weight or more reps no questions asked. My entire body is sore right now.

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    I know what you mean lol. after leg days I cant walk the next day, and the extreme streching is torture.

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    It really is great! You will love the results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    I know what you mean lol. after leg days I cant walk the next day, and the extreme streching is torture.
    Agree 100%

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    Wink watch it

    D.C. training does work well, but it puts a lot of stress on the tendons causing them to sometimes tear easily. If you do D.C. train with your mind and not your instinct. Good Luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by C-heavyweight View Post
    D.C. training does work well, but it puts a lot of stress on the tendons causing them to sometimes tear easily. If you do D.C. train with your mind and not your instinct. Good Luck
    Good advice. You have to check your ego at the door with this routine and do what your body can handle. If you can do that then the numbers WILL go up.

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    sounds good i think in the future i will definately give it a shot. thanks for all the responses

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    no problem. hope D.C. meets your expectations!!!!

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    DC is my favorite form of training - it works better than anything else i have used (especially better than the one body part/wk that is so common). Funny thing is i find it is less stressful on my joints as i have to use lower weights due to the controlled slow negative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C-heavyweight View Post
    D.C. training does work well, but it puts a lot of stress on the tendons causing them to sometimes tear easily. If you do D.C. train with your mind and not your instinct. Good Luck
    just curious, but what has lead you to this conclusion?

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    when repetitve amount of stress is constintly forced upon muscles while fatiqueing, the stress and weight is spreaded out to the secondary muscles, and outer exerction points of the muscles for complettion of the full range of rep motion.

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