May 27th, 2010, 04:37 AM
hey hany i has always been lead to tink brown rice over white rice and sweet potatos over red potatos or white potatos but latly i have seen loads of bodybuilders using the opposite could u explain why?
May 29th, 2010, 04:32 PM
hey hany i was wondering if you are excepting clients this year and how much you charge and etc is there a way we can talk over prices and programs.
June 25th, 2010, 04:25 AM
Hey Hany what are your thoughts on other intensity techniques such as drop sets, supers sets, tri sets, 21s, rest/pause as apposed to FST-7
June 30th, 2010, 02:01 AM
I use them in combination with fst-7 and by themselves. I call them intensity multipliers because they add so much to the workout. That little bit extra is the difference between good and great.
Originally Posted by Zenith
June 30th, 2010, 02:05 AM
Originally Posted by ahmed husnain
Hey bro. I believe in carb cycling. I think too much of one type of dieting is just like too much of one type of training, not good. You have to mix it and keep your body guessing.
June 30th, 2010, 02:06 AM
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Originally Posted by middleman25
June 30th, 2010, 02:08 AM
There could be a couple different things going on. First of call are you losing more than 2-3 pounds per week? Have you done measurements on your body parts? Can you visually tell if your upper body has lost mass?
Originally Posted by RockyIII
June 30th, 2010, 02:12 AM
June 30th, 2010, 08:57 PM
Thanks for your answer mate.
Hey have you ever thought of writing a book on pre contest nutrition and training? That would be number #1 best seller for sure!
July 14th, 2010, 04:58 PM
July 27th, 2010, 12:22 PM
I had surgery on my right shoulder June 1, and I will be able to begin lifting soon. My right shoulder and arm have lost some size, while my left side is close to normal. When I start training, I’m confused as to whether I should give my right side a few more sets per workout or if I should just train both sides equally. What do you think?
July 28th, 2010, 09:14 AM
How should you eat if you have two or more contests in 2-4 weeks? After the first contest, can you eat without restrictions for the first day, then go back to a pre-contest diet for the next event? Or do you carry the diet straight through both events without a break?
Thank u so much1
July 30th, 2010, 02:51 PM
hi hany.i have been training for 2 years.now i decided to follow fst-7 for shoulders and arms.these are my weak points.
i can go to gym only 3 days per week because of school.i do chest- back, legs, shoulders arms.
can i use these routine examples from your site?what exercises do you think that are best to do my shoulders wider?
August 3rd, 2010, 12:33 PM
I got a question for you today, I train mainly for MMA so my splits are a little different than a bodybuilder.
I am looking for your take on what I am doing right or wrong and if I need to make some changes.
I go for cardio 5 times a week the first thing in the morning, then after a couple meals, I have my MMA training at 10 am from Monday to Friday.
Monday and Thursday I tend to do MMA specific strength training incorporating Kettle bell swings, explosive push-ups and Olympic lifts mainly of snatch and clean and jerk and power twists.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday are my bag work and sparring days.
From Monday to Friday I do my weight training in the after noon, where the split looks kinda like this :
Monday : Chest and Bi
Tuesday : Shoulders and Tri's
Wednesday : Legs
Thursday : Chest and Bi
Friday : Shoulder and Tri.
I switch my leg workout with back alternating weeks, because I feel my legs and back take a beating on the Olympic lifts quite a bit.
Do you think this is a good split? Or do I need to make some changes in your opinion?
Also I am on Tren and Test E, almost finishing up this cycle.
I am planning on Tren/Test/Winny for my next cycle for a little more spike in the strength department, can't use Deca due to the high detection time I would have to fight this fall.
Is this a good stack or should I just stick to the usual test and tren combo?
One more thing, I have a really nagging lower back ache on the left side only, I have been to the chiropractor , the massage and stuff helps a little but it keeps coming back.
What do I need to do avoid this ? It gets really really bad sometimes.
My diet is pretty clean through out the day, mainly of beef, chicken and turkey with veggies and brown rice and egg whites, 6-7 meals a day.
Lemme know what you think about this. And if any changes is necessary to make more improvements in the strength department not gaining much in body weight. I am at 235 right now and would like to stay in that region to compete as a light-heavyweight.
August 17th, 2010, 01:55 PM
Thanks for replying Hany. No i was not taking measurements at the time of my prep but i was losing an average of 1 pound per week, or sometimes stay at the same weight for 2 weeks before dropping another pound. my upper body is naturally very weak and yes it tends to get flat as the diet progresses. By the way, some people have suggested that the reason why my lower body strenght has stayed unchanged (or even increased on some exercises) is because of my daily usage of the stairclimber for my cardio sessions. As you may know the stairs are perhaps the toughest cardio piece of equipment and can give you a leg workout in itself... but if that is the case shouldnt my legs be weaker and look even flatter than my upper body? im confused
August 20th, 2010, 04:35 AM
Im doing 30 minutes cardio at 150 HR in the offseason every trainingfree day.
When i do my contest diet (natural) how should i do my cardio?
What do you recommend?
thank you in advance!
August 23rd, 2010, 04:09 PM
Maybe this is a crazy question but it seems that bodybuilding diets are devoid of digestive enzymes and highly acidic. What is your opinion of ph balance, enzymes and raw food diets? Is this all a scam? Can taking supplemental enzymes counter the negative effects of cooked food, as well as meat and dairy?