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  • chuktoad
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    Originally posted by Miami Muscle View Post
    Good shit....I would like to see more of Dusty....maybe a Leg workout video after the USAs
    Here's a compilation video of Dusty shot back in March 2010, where he's hitting legs. Hope this suffices for now...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aylKSokj-vw

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  • Dusty Hanshaw
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    Originally posted by pvb31 View Post
    Dusty! You look amazing USA's will be a lot of fun It was great to meet you at Jr's and now onto Vegas!!

    I LOVE DC Training! It was amazing the changes in my physique following DC. Especially in my back... I loved it! I did it for a year and every single workout something was changing. To have to be accountable for the numbers was something new to me, but it definitely pushed me to go bigger than I ever had. Intensemuscle.com was a great resource, I was amazed at the amount of knowledge and help that was out there regarding this style of training. I loved the feeling of going to failure each time and knowing the next time I came back, I would beat what I did the time before.

    I love to lift heavy and if I'm going to grow, this is one of the best ways I've found! Thanks for such an informative breakdown of the program, it definitely works!!

    See you soon
    Thanks for the kind words. If things stay where they are now I will be MUCH improved in Vegas.

    As far as DC goes I am with you 110%. It is the only way for me to train. Like you I just love going to war with the log book each time i head to the gym. It's like having a scoreboard and knowing whether you won or lost.

    See you in Vegas.

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  • pvb31
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    Originally posted by DOGGCRAPP View Post
    Very true, it only works for the type of people who arent satisfied with looking exactly like they did last year. It really isnt for everyone, probably isnt for most people to be honest, it takes a special kind of mindset.

    But if I had a nickel for every bodybuilder who thinks what they are doing right now trainingwise is "their best gains ever" and is "changing them dramatically", and they are making "bigtime gains" (when the true fact of the matter is....they pretty much look exactly the same as one year ago today)...I'd have a heck of alot of nickels.

    Like Dusty said...my whole methodology is about a logbook....where you yourself are held accountable....and YOU WILL change dramatically if you beat the logbook. Can it be more dangerous and could you get an injury compared to going in and going thru the motions or doing cable crossovers for 20 rep fluff sets? Heck yes....but do you want to change or not? To change you have to beat/better what you have previously done or where you have previously been (reps wise or weight wise/exercise wise)......

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    Dusty! You look amazing USA's will be a lot of fun It was great to meet you at Jr's and now onto Vegas!!

    I LOVE DC Training! It was amazing the changes in my physique following DC. Especially in my back... I loved it! I did it for a year and every single workout something was changing. To have to be accountable for the numbers was something new to me, but it definitely pushed me to go bigger than I ever had. Intensemuscle.com was a great resource, I was amazed at the amount of knowledge and help that was out there regarding this style of training. I loved the feeling of going to failure each time and knowing the next time I came back, I would beat what I did the time before.

    I love to lift heavy and if I'm going to grow, this is one of the best ways I've found! Thanks for such an informative breakdown of the program, it definitely works!!

    See you soon

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  • Beast In The Basement
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    Originally posted by Gman52 View Post
    No one cares what you do fatty.
    But you and your ilk care enough to troll me. Thank you!

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  • GLOCKTHNP
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    Looks sweet....

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    Originally posted by DOGGCRAPP View Post
    Very true, it only works for the type of people who arent satisfied with looking exactly like they did last year. It really isnt for everyone, probably isnt for most people to be honest, it takes a special kind of mindset.

    But if I had a nickel for every bodybuilder who thinks what they are doing right now trainingwise is "their best gains ever" and is "changing them dramatically", and they are making "bigtime gains" (when the true fact of the matter is....they pretty much look exactly the same as one year ago today)...I'd have a heck of alot of nickels.

    Like Dusty said...my whole methodology is about a logbook....where you yourself are held accountable....and YOU WILL change dramatically if you beat the logbook. Can it be more dangerous and could you get an injury compared to going in and going thru the motions or doing cable crossovers for 20 rep fluff sets? Heck yes....but do you want to change or not? To change you have to beat/better what you have previously done or where you have previously been (reps wise or weight wise/exercise wise).....and with that comes a little bit of risk. If thats not for someone...my advise is, if you dont want to take a risk, stay away from a sport like football, or in this case stay away from repeatedly lifting peices of slag iron metal in a gym and stick to safe things.... like table tennis and golf.

    but you are 100% right...it's only for certain types of people....and that proof is in the pudding with Dusty and others (Justin's back below) who take pictures and look dramatically different than they did a year or so previous.
    Will justin compete any time soon?

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    Originally posted by Beast In The Basement View Post
    Welp, I wrote forced reps, when I meant rest pause. I actually have the whole DC scheme printed out, have a log book and all my top 3 excercises listed etc. Like I said, I'll probably run it this fall/winter when I go into hibernation. Just for certain excercises I'd like a spotter, but I've never had one all these years, so perhaps Im just making excuses.... I'll check the vids out though.



    I train mostly in my basement. Alas, no smith. Just a bar, hella plates, bench/squat/high-low pully and some smaller loose plates and bars for dumbells. I hit the rag-tag "gym" up the road when I get bored of the basement scene, but their equipment isnt much better.



    Yeah for me, Im not really a fan of the log book. Call me pussy, but that spells injury to me. Some days you just dont have the 'juice' or the focus, or you have nags you have to work around so the constant log book pressure, although a good way of tracking progress can/could push you at a time you dont need to pushed. Im not as young as I was, so for me staying injury free is my top priority. Mind you, I dont do any "fluff" rep bullshit. Thats never been my style. Basic excercises, heavy as I can in the 3-8 rep range depending on my focus (muscle group) that day. I've always trained holistically (which means I dont know what the f*ck Im doing) so I have an excellent read on my body. I've been looking for a way to up my growth cycles and the DC scheme seems pretty tasty. I actually used to do something similar to it years ago before I quit training. I found an old log book of mine when I used to write everything down, and its surprisingly similar in DC makeup.

    But the pics dont lie, and DC trainers are getting thick as hell, so yeah, Im going to definitly give it a go this winter.
    No one cares what you do fatty.

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  • Dusty Hanshaw
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    Originally posted by Lobsterbukket View Post
    hey dusty, good luck at the USA's, it should be a great super heavy class! you seem like a real down to earth guy, thats good to see. I was just wondering how long do you usually run your blasts in the off season? And how long do you cruise for?

    Thanks in advance!
    Thanks for the kind words. I am so stoked that my first pro qualifier is STACKED with great athletes. It will be awesome to be on stage with these guys and I look forward to showing the improvements I have made since the Jr Nats.

    Typically my body holds up for about 8-12 weeks before I need a cruise period in the offseason. I cruise for two weeks. The first 7-10 days I don't train at all and the last few I just toy with the weights and get a little pump.

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  • Lobsterbukket
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    hey dusty, good luck at the USA's, it should be a great super heavy class! you seem like a real down to earth guy, thats good to see. I was just wondering how long do you usually run your blasts in the off season? And how long do you cruise for?

    Thanks in advance!

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  • Dusty Hanshaw
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    Originally posted by tbookie View Post
    Dusty, any more videos coming up?

    I like the fact that you always have kind words to other competitors when a new video is released! You show quality as a human being which is awesome!

    When it comes to your look I think its great! Even if you dont win or place top3-5 in the USA:s you will do well within a couple of years, you have the potential and frame to do so.

    VAMOS Dusty

    Thanks to everyone for the kind words.

    As far as the other athletes I have been a fan of many of them for years and I understand that all of us are doing the best we can with what we have. I never understood all the shit talking that some guys do in the sport. I always say their is no defense in bodybuilding meaning that you cannot stop the other athletes from doing well. All you can do is do the best you can and hope that the judges think that your best is better than the rest. Either way win or lose I think all of the front runners in the USA already know what they need to improve on in the coming offseason win or lose, I sure do.

    Thanks again for the kind words. My personal goal is to be noticeably better for the USA's than I was for Jr Nats and if I succeed then I am confident I can land in the top five in my first attempt at a pro qualifier. Big goal but IMO attainable.

    Dusty

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  • tbookie
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    Dusty, any more videos coming up?

    I like the fact that you always have kind words to other competitors when a new video is released! You show quality as a human being which is awesome!

    When it comes to your look I think its great! Even if you dont win or place top3-5 in the USA:s you will do well within a couple of years, you have the potential and frame to do so.

    VAMOS Dusty

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  • spaletta
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    You're gonna tear it up come the USA's Dusty! you look awesome man keep up the great work. you got a great work ethic!

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  • G Diesel
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    Awesome video. That is bodybuilding at its best right there.

    Peace, G

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  • GerryT
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    Super inspirational vid, Dusty. Know you will be at your best on the USA stage and give it your all. Props, brother.

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  • spaletta
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    First off props to Dusty you look awesome bro!!! Best of luck come the end of july. As for DC I agree 100% its the way to go, it really makes you compete against yourself every workout which is the way to grow imo

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