Overtraining is more then just working out over 45 minutes. If you’re an experiences athlete, you can definately work out for longer periods of time without burning out.
Also, Berardi(I think) recently debunked this. If you utilize some fast digestable carbs during training you can very well train on.
Fucking gym-snails. You can overemphasize this one for sure.
Leg Raises are nice for the psoas.
Agreed, it’s pretty retarded unless you follow a very specialized routine for a specific sport.
Let’s call it cheat-chins and be friends again.
Ridiculous. Everyone is different. One benches with shoulders and triceps only, others can sqeeze the shit out of their pecs with BP.
[quote]9. Not touching all four bells together on dumbbell bench work. (90% Deltoid if not performed this way.)
10. Deep Knee Bends.
11. Leg Presses.[/quote]
I think some people have a different view what cheating actually is. Making an exercise a bit more dynamic and/or shortening the ROM is definetely OK here an now. Doing a standing Bench Press instead of a stricr military press is not OK.
I never quite understood nor liked this shitty exercise. Good to know Gironda didn’t either
[quote]23. Leg Extensions.
24. Leg Curls on extension table.[/quote]
I thought Gironda avoided squats. So when Leg extensions are also banned, how did he build strong Quads?
[quote]27. No knowledge of combining exercises.
28. Not changing program often enough.
29. No knowledge of breaking a rut.
30. Not specializing on slow growing areas.
31. Not taking supplements.
32. Lack of concentration during workouts.
33. Not having an expert to answer your questions.
34. Unwillingness to accept new or different concepts.[/quote]
I disagree. You need some form of intense as well as moderate cardio.