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    Matt Jansen at again help crafting this monster, would love to see jansen team up with cody montgomery!
    Want to improve day in and day out.
    Learning more and more every day

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaredmus View Post
    Matt Jansen at again help crafting this monster, would love to see jansen team up with cody montgomery!
    I think Cody is doing just fine with aceto....

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    Cartoonish looking physique, which is a compliment in bbing. Trains smart, speaks words of wisdom...Bright future in the sport.
    Southern accent a plus
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    Quote Originally Posted by D-NUTZ View Post
    I think Cody is doing just fine with aceto....

    Talking about Matt for training, aceto diet
    Want to improve day in and day out.
    Learning more and more every day

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    1 rep max several weeks out from a competition... ok.

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    Brilliant gains by this guy since getting his pro card. Very interested to watch his progress in the next few years. I would even lump him in with Compton and McMillan as future Olympia stars.

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    Dallas is on the right track...it's refreshing to hear a young and promising IFBB pro be humble and admit that he's constantly learning on the go. No doubt having Matt add a little here and there to Dallas' training is going to help him improve even more next time on stage.

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    The more I hear Dallas talk, the bigger a fan I become. The guy seems to have a good head on his shoulders, especially for such a young age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrandonBaxter View Post
    1 rep max several weeks out from a competition... ok.
    Did you watch the video?

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    killer physique. this guy is gonna win a lot of contests

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    Quote Originally Posted by elias2013 View Post
    Did you watch the video?
    Yep, did you? However I didn't notice It said 13 weeks out not 3 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrandonBaxter View Post
    Yep, did you? However I didn't notice It said 13 weeks out not 3 weeks.
    But did you watch it? Lol... there was no one rep max in the video. It was a rest pause set with each phase going to failure with a ten breath rest period between phases.

    315 × to failure
    * 10 breaths
    315 x to failure
    * 10 breaths
    315 x to failure - which was only one this time however def NOT a max. It's ok to train like an athlete and push the muscle to and beyond total failure. There was no max weight rep done though just simply pushing the muscle to total failure through rest pause sets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DallasMcCarver View Post
    But did you watch it? Lol... there was no one rep max in the video. It was a rest pause set with each phase going to failure with a ten breath rest period between phases.

    315 × to failure
    * 10 breaths
    315 x to failure
    * 10 breaths
    315 x to failure - which was only one this time however def NOT a max. It's ok to train like an athlete and push the muscle to and beyond total failure. There was no max weight rep done though just simply pushing the muscle to total failure through rest pause sets.
    3/4 of the dudes on here probably have no clue what real training intensity it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D-NUTZ View Post
    3/4 of the dudes on here probably have no clue what real training intensity it.
    Id like to train Brandon Baxter


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    Quote Originally Posted by Julienne_Salad View Post
    I would even lump him in with Compton and McMillan as future Olympia stars.
    That looks so good!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DallasMcCarver View Post
    But did you watch it? Lol... there was no one rep max in the video. It was a rest pause set with each phase going to failure with a ten breath rest period between phases.

    315 × to failure
    * 10 breaths
    315 x to failure
    * 10 breaths
    315 x to failure - which was only one this time however def NOT a max. It's ok to train like an athlete and push the muscle to and beyond total failure. There was no max weight rep done though just simply pushing the muscle to total failure through rest pause sets.
    Some of us call it "DC Training"
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