Dorian Yates Back Workout Blood Guts Training Program
We're doing pullovers first,because it's isolating the lats without bicep involvement. Usually the weak link in our latexercise is our biceps are gonna give way. So we're just trying to workthe lats without having any biceps involvement. If we had a pullovermachine, that's ideal,
because it's full rangeall the way around, where a dumbbellis only half range, but we work with what we got. That's what we got today,so we use dumbbells. Good, two, good. From there, man, yeahé Good, ten, now if you go,you can count past ten. That's eleven, yeah.
Twelve, okay, I'lldo it with you, man. I'll do it with you. All right, then.Good on you. Okay, boyo. Is this the samething, brotheré Yeah, nice and tight, then. Good stretch, good pull. Two, three, four, five, good.
Come on, six, strong. Seven, go all the way, eight. Big pull. Squeeze, nine, one more. Last one. I got it. We're gonna use a pulldownwhere the biceps are coming into play.
Nice stretch, bring'em down, squeeze. All the way down, man. There, squeeze, yeahé Pause at the chest, good. Pause, good. Keep the body still, man. There, good. That's better.
Nice, two more. All the way down, squeeze. One more, all theway down, squeeze. Nice, nice, nice. Arch at the bottom, yeahé Because if you pull down andyou're like this.you're not getting a contraction. It's gonna be like that.
Hey what's up guys, Sean Nalewanyj here ofBodyTransformationTruth and in this tutorial I want to outline my top recommended basicpreworkout supplement stack that I believe offers the best overall bang for your buckwhen it comes to effective preworkout supplementation. Now I definitely think that preworkout supplementsget far too much credit these days. Yes, a few ingredients taken prior to your trainingsessions can give you a small increase in overall training performance, but it's notgoing to be anywhere near what all those ridiculous supplement ads would lead you to believe,and you most certainly don't need to spend an excessive amount of money here in orderto get the basic effects that you're after.
In the vast majority of cases, mainstreampreworkout products are really just a waste of money, plain and simple. Aside from thefact that most of them hide their formulations behind a proprietary blend so you don't evenreally know what you're getting, they're also typically packed with way too many ingredients,many of which are not even backed by good supportive research. They're often presentin potentially dangerous dosages and combinations, and they drain far more money from your walleton a monthly basis than you should be spending in this area of yor program in the first place.Now the stack that I'll be outlining in this tutorial may come across as being too simplefor some of you, so let me just say this before
I go any further. First of all, in the vastmajority of cases, preworkout supplementation does not need to be complicated in the firstplace. And in fact, preworkout supplementation isn't even going to be necessary for a largepercentage of trainees at all. Many people have simply been overly influenced by hypedupsupplement marketing and think that they need a preworkout supplement in order to havea solid training session. If you really believe that your ability to execute a quality workouthinges on a pill or powder then you may want to reexamine how motivated you really arein the first place. And second of all, I'm not saying that the ingredients outlined inthis stack are the only preworkout compounds
out there that do have positive effects onenergy and performance. There are certainly others as well. The stack that I'll be outlininghere is specifically designed to give you the reliable training boost that you're afterin the most simple, efficient, safe and inexpensive way possible without forcing you to unnecessarilyjuggle 8 different supplement bottles every time you need to hit the gym. Okay so hereit is, all 2 ingredients. Take the following combination around 30 to 45 minutes beforeyou train and if you want to get the most pronounced effects possible then take it ona relatively empty stomach. The first component is 100 to 200 milligrams of caffeine anhydrous.Now I won't go into too much detail here as
I'm sure most people already basically knowwhat caffeine does. Caffeine stimulates your central nervous system and increases yourenergy, mental focus and alertness. It also delays the onset of muscle fatigue, and itcan reduce the perception of muscular discomfort during exercise. The vast majority of theeffects that you feel from typical commercial preworkout formulas is simply due to thecaffeine content. Caffeine is by far the most effective and impactful preworkout ingredientavailable, and it also happens to be incredibly inexpensive as well. Everyone does responddifferently to caffeine comsumption, but a sweet spot of between 100 to 200 milligramsworks well for most people. You'll have to
experiment to find the right dosage for yourself.Some people who have a particularly high tolerance for stimulants may prefer a larger dosageof around 300 milligrams but I wouldn't recommend going too far beyond this in most cases. Anotheroption here is to simply consume a cup or two of coffee rather than taking your caffeinein pill form. A standard 8 ounce cup of coffee contains around 95 milligrams of caffeine,though this will obviously vary depending on what type of coffee you're drinking, howit's brewed and how strong you make it. And the second component is 1 to 3 grams of LTyrosine.LTyrosine is an amino acid and is one of the key building blocks for important catecholaminesthat are involved in neuromuscular performance
Which Form of Creatine is Best NOT MONOHYDRATE
What's up, guysé Jeff Cavaliere, ATHLEANX . Today I want to talk to you about creatine,and no, not about whether or not creatine is actually a good supplement. By now youshould understand that it is probably one of the most wellresearched, science backedsupplements that you can take. Both for its safety and its efficacy. The interesting thing though, is there's alot of different forms of creatine that cause a lot of confusion, and people really wantto know quot;what is the best form of creatine to takeéquot; So I wanted to cover that, especiallyconsidering the fact that in our ATHLEANRX
supplement line we do not use standard creatinemonohydrate. That's for some very good reasons, I think.So I wanted to at least give you guys the clarity on that. In terms of our RX1, we havea form of creatine called creatine hydrochloride, and in our post workout, RX2, we have krealkaline. Now, both of these, as opposed to a creatine monohydrate, are bonded forms ofcreatine. Some molecule is bound to get creatine tocause an effect. To cause a change, versus the regular creatine monohydrate. In the creatinghydrochloride, the hydrochloride is a bond and what it does is it actually lowers thepH of that substance. So the creatine now
becomes a lower, more acidic compound. That's a good thing because what it does,actually, is it increases the absorbability and its ability to be absorbed in your intestines,and also to be mixed well. You'll notice when you mix creatine monohydrate a lot of times,it sinks right to the bottom and it looks like sand on the bottom. That's sort of a micro chasm of what actuallywinds up happening in a lot of people when they take creating monohydrate. That samesediment winds up making its way into your intestines and trying to be absorbed â€“ callingin more water to help with that absorption
â€“ which winds up bloating you and givingyou that bloated feeling, if you've ever experience that with regular creatine monohydrate. With the creatine hydrochloride, because you'redoing that and you're increasing the ability to absorb more of it, you're actually ableto take a lower dose, so it has a second benefit to you. You don't have to load with 20ganymore, and you don't have to maintain dosages of 5g or more. You can do it with a lot less. About 2g of a creating hydrochloride is goingto be equivalent to about 4g of creatine monohydrate. That's another benefit. The third benefitis, you're not getting as much breakdown into
something called creatinine, which is a byproductthat you don't want to accumulate in your body, but happens because of the ingestionof creatine. Now the same thing happens here in our postworkout where we have kre alkaline, which is another bonded form of creatine. Again,for the very same benefits. The reason why we use that, you're now getting basically4g and 4g, based on their increased conversion value. So a total of 8g between the two, andwe're dividing it in pre workout and post workout. There's a lot of science that will argue forboth times to take creatine. You could get
it pre workout to benefit and increase yourperformance during the workout, and then other studies would argue that it's better to takeafter your training to help replenish that. The idea is, as long as you're getting thissteady maintenance in here, again, with less conversion to creatinine; you're doing a goodthing for your body in performance without having the bad. One thing I'll say here is, when people startlooking at the research of whether or not the bonded form of creatine is better thancreatine monohydrate, you have to understand this one, main point. They're looking forincreased power, increased strength. They're