Strength Training

Mike Mentzer's theory sounds about right. Lifting weight is a communicatiion to the muscle to build more muscle. Lifting weight is not directly causual to muscle building, for example electrical stimulation or dreaming about lifting weights could also signal to the body to build muscle. It is a matter of ideal communication to the body.

1 set of 10 very slow reps, allowing for isolation, targeted form and causing the weight to work and engage the muscle.

Not excluding an anabolic an hour before workout. Cycling between an anabolic, and two non-anabolics, perhaps GH secretogogue and another and other supplements such as nitric oxide booster to boost oerall performance. As Mike Mentzer routine has many days off, a light ped for some pep would have little effect.

Mike Mentzer states, its a mistake to train two days in a row. It is not enough time to allow for full recovery and full growth. he suggests a 72 hour to 92 hour training program. Suggesting 1 day on and 2 or 3 days off. However having to get money worth out of the gym membership I would say 1 on and 2 days off. That means going to the gymnasium is about going to the maximum possible.

  1. Monday: back and chest
  2. Tuesday: off
  3. Wednesday: off
  4. Thursday: shoulders and arms
  5. Friday: off
  6. Saturday: off
  7. Sunday: legs

Skipping two days each time. You do not have do back and chest on Monday each week, just rotate it with taking two days off each time.

It is possible to use anabolics safely, we do not know the safe doses, safe intevals and the safer agents.

  1. Legs: RAD-140
  2. Back and chest: MK-677
  3. Shoulders and arms: Anavar
  4. Cardio: Cardarine


  1. Squats
  2. Deadlifts
  3. Calve raises

Back and Chest

  1. Latissimus dorsi: One arm dumbell row
  2. Pectoralis major: Bench press barbell or dumbell
  3. Trapezius: shrugs
  4. Back extensions

Shoulders and Arms

  1. Deltoids: Front lateral raises
  2. Concentration Curl
  3. Hammer curl
  4. Tricep kickback
  5. Abs
  6. Dumbell side bend
  7. Abs leg raise

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