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    Dorian Yates Training Journal 1985 - 1990

    Over 100 pages of Dorian's workout Journal available for purchasing, great materiel. 3 days a week, 2 day split.
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    I would recommend watching/listening to the podcast he did with Joe Rogan a couple years ago. Amazing insight...

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    That is pretty cool, not sure why one would purchase it unless one is some kind of crazy bodybuilding memorabilia collector!!
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    Originally Posted by ajdahlheimer View Post
    I would recommend watching/listening to the podcast he did with Joe Rogan a couple years ago. Amazing insight...

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    Originally Posted by dazlittle View Post
    That is pretty cool, not sure why one would purchase it unless one is some kind of crazy bodybuilding memorabilia collector!!
    I agree, I personally wouldn't buy it, but just interesting to see.
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    imagine having Arnolds (if he kept one). I think people generally know how Dorian trained due to the vids etc...but NO ONE really knows how Arnold trained because there is so much BS and legend around him. Then again I imagine it was very intuitive and not tightly structured. People who were there have claimed he sort of half assed it for large parts of the year and then really got going 3-4 months before a contest

    I can see Frank Zane being the type to keep an accurate journal. Pretty sure many others did too.
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    Funny the weights he is moving are what would be considered pretty light for a guy his size or even my size 60-80lbs lighter than he. (wonder if it is an excerpt from a deload week or something).

    So light that for a moment I wondered if it was in Kg?!

    The other part that I could not help but chuckle at are his shrug sets using 220# and 240#. Personally I never shrug more than 225, but MANY people in my gym go up to 4&5 plates and do 'head bobs'. While I have the upper back strength / trap strength to put many more plates on the bar, I have found that staying with light shrugs hits them as good as I can with a shrug.

    Now I still belive that heavy deads hits them better than shrugs by a mile, but that is another story!
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    Originally Posted by John Prophet View Post
    imagine having Arnolds (if he kept one). I think people generally know how Dorian trained due to the vids etc...but NO ONE really knows how Arnold trained because there is so much BS and legend around him. Then again I imagine it was very intuitive and not tightly structured. People who were there have claimed he sort of half assed it for large parts of the year and then really got going 3-4 months before a contest



    I would say, it's very obvious based on where he came from as a young man he trained for strength plus did a bunch of isolation exercises.

    He also squatted deep as a late teen very early twenties and did 20 rep squats.

    You can tell as he got older his legs thinned out because he rarely squatted to parallel, but he still trained somewhat heavy in the bench. He used very light weights as he got older in the curls compared to when he was younger.

    When he was young and building his frame he did very heavy cheat curls, leaning far back.

    He was also a party animal, and I talked with people who partied with him.
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    Originally Posted by induced_drag View Post
    Funny the weights he is moving are what would be considered pretty light for a guy his size or even my size 60-80lbs lighter than he. (wonder if it is an excerpt from a deload week or something).

    So light that for a moment I wondered if it was in Kg?!

    The other part that I could not help but chuckle at are his shrug sets using 220# and 240#. Personally I never shrug more than 225, but MANY people in my gym go up to 4&5 plates and do 'head bobs'. While I have the upper back strength / trap strength to put many more plates on the bar, I have found that staying with light shrugs hits them as good as I can with a shrug.

    Now I still belive that heavy deads hits them better than shrugs by a mile, but that is another story!
    It is in LBS because he knew he was competing in the US and did that on purpose, I just know this because of I have read the intro to this journal. And yes I see lots of people commenting on the "light" the weight he was using. 1992 is when he really started to lift super heavy until the end of his retirement. In the off season he was walking around at 300lbs.
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