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8x Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman Talks Arm Training at the MD Seminar

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    8 x Mr Olympia Ronnie Coleman talks arm training at the 2011 MD Legends Seminar. "Working forearms is a waste of time"



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    • #3
      Originally posted by ArmyOf1 View Post
      Got that when I tried to visit the link
      same here
      Hard work + Dedication= MORE MUSCLE.(and haters)

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      • #4
        Seems Fixed Now! Great Video as always. Love Big Nasty!! Cheers MD
        ‎"You have to do what others won't, to achieve what others don't" ~ Iron Mike Tyson

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        • #5
          cool video but did you guys forget about triceps? lol

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          • #6
            With all due Respect, taking advice from probably one of the most gifted bbers of all time is not ideal.

            He doesn't know about stubborn arms, because he had never had to deal with it.

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            • #7
              Ronnie colemans arm video was nice but what about triceps training. Will the all the athletes cover every body part i would love to see some triceps training and shoulder training videos. Im a really big fan of lee haney's and i hope he covers every bodypart on the seminar. Come on butch paterson help this true lee haney fan out will he do a video on shouder training ?

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              • #8
                Yeah buddy

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by KurtyJ99 View Post
                  With all due Respect, taking advice from probably one of the most gifted bbers of all time is not ideal.

                  He doesn't know about stubborn arms, because he had never had to deal with it.
                  I'm sure most people realize that, well I hope they do LOL It's just cool to see the big man talk about it

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                  • #10
                    It is just amazing he stood up from his corner and talked to the fans.......wow


                    where is all the other vids?

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                    • #11
                      Will there be any more Lee Haney videos from this seminar?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by johnny8780 View Post
                        Ronnie colemans arm video was nice but what about triceps training. Will the all the athletes cover every body part i would love to see some triceps training and shoulder training videos. Im a really big fan of lee haney's and i hope he covers every bodypart on the seminar. Come on butch paterson help this true lee haney fan out will he do a video on shouder training ?
                        I agree. Hopefully we get more. If you check out last month's MD issue with Arnold on the front there is a Lee Haney article where he lays out what his shoulder routine looks like.

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                        • #13
                          Great advice right there, from 8 time Mr Olympia. It makes sense, the whole training the forearms is really unnecessary unless you feel your forearms are really lagging behind. And about the joints, it makes sense, pretty damn good advise

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                          • #14
                            UGG. MUST BE NICE NOT REALLY CARING ABOUT TRAINING ARMS. LOL. I GUESS IT REALLY IS TOUGH BEING RONNIE

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by KurtyJ99 View Post
                              With all due Respect, taking advice from probably one of the most gifted bbers of all time is not ideal.

                              He doesn't know about stubborn arms, because he had never had to deal with it.
                              yeah, I agree.

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