I want to make something very clear..... my leg workouts are not comprised of unnecessary overload. The entire workout: reps, sets, rest, completion time, time under tesion, tempo, stretching, form, etc... is calculated beyond any level that most people have ever heard of, much less actually taken the time to calculate. Yes, I occasionally
vomit from the workouts. That comes from two primary variables in my case:
1.) we train in a 100+ degree warehouse in Miami, FL.
2.) when i start to feel a little sick I don't back off. I stick to the plan, the rest, the weight and everything in between.
Most people get a little pain in their stomach and go sit on a bench for 5 minutes; then there are those who push through and refuse to sacrifice the science. Those are the ones who understand the science and have taken time to educate themselves beyond magazine B.S. article.
I am 100% natural and can achieve better gains than an average lifter on steroids over any 12 week period. Obviously someone on steroids who also knows the science of training will have an unbeatable advantage.
My workouts are finished in 55 minutes, never taking more than 60 seconds to rest...... it isnt overload, it is hard work.
Train Hard, Train Natural.
Lucas G. Irwin