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Bk. 3: Get Totally Buffed by Ian King Bk. 3: Get Totally Buffed ebook, pdf, djvu, epub, mobi, fb2, zip, rar, torrent Download to iPad/iPhone/iOS. Think of this as the Cliff Note's to the Ian King class. Here you'll find the highlights of Ian's training principles that have changed the way most of us workout. If your said goal is to get bigger, stronger and or leaner, surely these are the supplements .. [iv] King, I., , Ian King's Killer Leg Exercises, ( DVD).

Sure, I pick up a thing or two from every coach, but Ian has really influenced the way I design training programs for myself and others. So in the spirit of my buddy Cliff, I've attempted to sort through all the week programs, columns, and articles Ian has given us so far and summarize the dominating principles.

Plus I'll toss in a few of the little interesting tidbits that may not qualify as "principles" but are darned cool nonetheless.

Note: Ian will be the first to tell you that he didn't invent all of this stuff, but it's safe to say he popularized and brought many of these ideas to light for T-mag readers. Overtraining "If in doubt, do less! But most of the stuff we read in bodybuilding mags just talks about the signs of overtraining and inevitably says to just take a couple of days off when we see them. Ian took this a few steps further by talking about not just the signs of overtraining but how to prevent it, how to optimize recovery, and how to rationally step back and evaluate your condition.

Here are a few of the things Ian has taught us in this area: The Rest Week: One overriding concept here is to take the steps necessary to prevent overtraining before it occurs.

One way to do this is to take a rest week, or half-week, every three weeks or so. Now if you're an average gym rat, this is a hard pill to swallow. Ian assures us that we won't shrink during this short time away from the gym; in fact, we may end up getting bigger and stronger in the long run because we're better recovered and less prone to injuries.

How do you know when it's time to take a recovery week? Ian recommends you set aside your fears of "shrinking" and unemotionally ask yourself these questions: 1 Do I feel stronger every week? If you answer "yes" to all of these question, then you're on the right track.

If you answer "no" to a couple of them, then it's time to take a half-week to a week's rest. This can be a week of "active rest" if you want, where you take in some outdoor activities and occasional light exercise.

Just stay away from the heavy iron during this time. Now, if your diet is perfect, your training schedule is optimized, and you have pretty good genetics, you may be able to train with weights regularly for up to 12 weeks. But after 12 weeks, even Superman needs a week off. Sets: Do only 10 to 20 work sets per workout not per muscle group, Arnold Jr.!

Ian notes that the average, drug-free guy who has a job, family responsibilities or school can only realistically handle 10 to 20 work sets per workout, with 12 being about right for the average dude. There may be times when more sets are appropriate within a periodized plan, but there are also times when 5 to 15 sets may be even better for you. This may be the biggest pill of all to swallow for those of us that grew up on Arnold's Encyclopedia of Bodybuilding and two hour workouts.

But let's face it, most of us don't have Arnie's freaky genetics or his access to "Vitamin S. By short he means to keep your workouts to an hour or less, not counting stretching and warms-ups. This is because after about 60 minutes of training, things like your body's natural androgen levels tend to plummet.

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This is coupled with an increase in cortisol, which is a catabolic muscle wasting agent. Combine these negative hormonal responses with diminishing stores of ATP-CP and neurotransmitters and you'd better get your arse out of the gym in an hour or less if you want to make decent gains.

Lifestyle: Ian was one of the first coaches in his field to stress the importance of lifestyle, or stuff that happens outside of the gym.

Stress is the big culprit here and those who have high stress jobs, family demands, and money worries aren't going to recover quickly. This needs to be taken into consideration or you'll end up making poor progress.

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Ian has even gone so far as to say that those who have a lot of stress in their lives may not be able to lose fat easily! Other factors that affect recovery would be nutrition, supplementation, sleep patterns and the amount of physical activity you get outside of the gym. To most people, Ian seems a little too cautious when it comes to overtraining.

But let me ask you this: are you completely satisfied with your progress in the gym?

If not, then why not try some of these things out and see what happens? You have nothing to lose and possibly a lot of muscle to gain.

Training to Failure "At the end of the workout, you should only feel smashed some of the time, not all of the time! This relates to overtraining as well.

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In a nutshell, the average guy can't train to failure and beyond forced reps, etc. Some coaches would tell you not to train to failure at all.

Coach King has a better idea.

Based on his vast experience in the real world, Ian suggests you only train to failure or near failure about once every three weeks. Since most of Ian's programs involve three week cycles within a larger twelve week plan, this make perfect sense.

Here's how it works. To Ian, A kindred spirit. I look forward to spending more time with you in the future. Thanks for the great pointers. World titles , actor and author. In our opinion, the science of getting bigger and stronger can be equally divided into two times periods: Before King and After King.

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Universe Reg Park. I found it ironic but not surprising, as for nearly two decades now I have watched the bastardization of my innovation. Plus I'll toss in a few of the little interesting tidbits that may not qualify as "principles" but are darned cool nonetheless. For some that may be all they need, but please, stop masquerading it as a strength exercise!

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