I found this new method of training called JRep’s. Anyone know anything about it? THis is what someone said about it on another forum:
"The methodology and the detail/background as to why a person would exercise in this manner is far too detailed to explain here, which is why a book will be released late December. The people who are using it (only a handful, including myself) have never gone back to regular reps. I refuse to simplify it because the method will be bastardized, the results not nearly as good as they could be, and then the method will get a bad name. I have had numerous individuals who implemented an IART Blitz without reading the book Apex, and who then claimed the cycling direction did not work.
Well, they implemented nothing like what we explained in the book! But that did not stop people bad-mouthing the direction on the Net and possibly affecting sales and our reputation.
At age 40, my bodyweight was about 186 pounds, whereas my peak was 194 pounds at age 35 (which involved a carb depletion/load). Since implementing this method (it invokes an optimum number of muscle fibers throughout the FULL ROM… relative to the load), I have brought my weight up to 198.5 pounds, with the same waist measurement (which I find odd since my abs appear thicker than before). I use expensive body comp methodology together with flexibile steel tape measures, and have photos. I know what is happening; something I could not achieve through traditional methods.
I’m training a Canadian National level bodybuilder who, since being off roids in late August, has maintained close to the same body fat percentage, and yet weighs 16 pounds heavier (from 244 to 260 pounds), with increases in his body parts (and some body parts simply looking different and more pronounced). He has been using this methodology since the competition. Most bodybuilders shrink when off the juice… this person has maintained his hardness and has grown (it was my original intention to have him maintain as much as possible; this was unexpected).
If you think this is nothing more than marketing, then I suggest you avoid the book. And if you receive second-hand information on how to apply it, and you get ‘something’ out of it, then you can imagine the detail inside the book’s pages"