The dieting is done, the contest pics have been taken and Ed has taken a nice break from his training. Ed told me he had scarfed down lots of junk food including the KFC double down as shown below:
. Lee Priest, 2007 Night Of Champions
So now the question is – WHAT STYLE OF OFF SEASON TRAINING DOES ED DO?
Here are some parameters that Ed follows when planning his mass building, off season training:
- Brief but intense bodybuilding sessions.
- Heavy training while controlling the negative.
- 6-8 weeks in length, followed by a short break.
- Organized and systematic – you don’t use “guess work” if you’re training for size.
- Something fun yet challenging.
- A proven strategy that’s guaranteed to get you results.
It has been used all around the world with GREAT success. It’s not mainstream, it’s underground but the results are astounding if you follow the basic principles correctly. Go ahead, ask around your gym. See how many have heard of DC Training. Maybe one or two but of those one or two, they’re probably not sure what this type of training entails.
And unless they’re following a progressive style of training, keeping records and adding weight to the bar, 95% of people in gyms across this country aren’t gaining muscle and are wasting their time.
My friend and DC Expert practitioner, Jason Wojo tells me that the majority of people out there are doing it wrong.
This is important because if you’re going to follow a proven system, you need to make sure that you’re following it correctly.
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