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eBook High-Threshold Muscle Building ePub

by Christian Thibaudeau

  • ISBN: 0978319400
  • Category: Diets and Weight Loss
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: Christian Thibaudeau
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: F. Lepine Publishing (March 13, 2007)
  • Pages: 200
  • ePub book: 1817 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1927 kb
  • Other: txt docx lrf doc
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 890

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Coach Tibaudeau takes you through the whole process of High Threshhold Muscle Building, step by step giving you all the tools you need to be able to design your own programs.

Coach Tibaudeau takes you through the whole process of High Threshhold Muscle Building, step by step giving you all the tools you need to be able to design your own programs. Plus he throws in a couple of templates and sample programs for; muscle growth, fat loss, general strength, powerlifting and Athletics, for begginer, intermediate and advanced lifters. He describes all of the best exercises for each muscle group followed up with photos! Great read!!!

High Threshold Muscle Building. The High-Threshold training methodology. 7-. Upon reading the material contained in this new book some peoples might believe that I’ve finally come full circle

High Threshold Muscle Building. epine Publishing ISBN 978-783194-0-3 2007 Publication ww. uscleDriveThru. com The High-Threshold training methodology. Upon reading the material contained in this new book some peoples might believe that I’ve finally come full circle. I originally started out exclusively as a performance coach, making my mark by introducing several innovative training methods to the strengthtraining world then switched to more of a bodybuilding focus; writing a book and some articles on that aspect of the iron game and training several athletes for physique contests.

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Christian Thibaudeau. High Threshold Muscle Building. The best way to describe this book would then to call it the interracial couple of aesthetics and athletics

Christian Thibaudeau. uscleDriveThru The best way to describe this book would then to call it the interracial couple of aesthetics and athletics. Everybody can take something out of this book: athletes will find new ways to improve their strength, power and metabolic efficiency. They will also learn how to build muscle that will be usable in their athletic endeavours.

THE CAPACITY TO MAXIMALLY STIMULATE THE HIGH-THRESHOLD MOTOR UNITS This is what separates the best from the rest.

Christian Thibaudeau - Thibarmy, Quebec, Quebec. Christian Thibaudeau has been involved in the business of training for over the last 15 years.

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High Threshold Muscle Building.

by Christian Thibaudeau 01/07/20. It's a controversial topic, and the answer isn't as black or white as you might think. What are the best strength and muscle-building methods? And can resistance bands ever replace weights? Coach Thibaudeau answers. Here's what you really need to know. by Christian Thibaudeau 01/07/20. Simple, but not easy. Here's how to stimulate hypertrophy like never before.

Thibaudeau is a co-author with Paul Carter in Maximum Muscle Bible. He is also the author of two DVDs (Cluster Training, Mechanical Drop Sets).

Top Olympic lifters have it, elite gymnasts excel because of it, sprinters break the speed of light driven by it, high level bodybuilders get huge because of it. . . THE CAPACITY TO MAXIMALLY STIMULATE THE HIGH-THRESHOLD MOTOR UNITS! This is what separates the best from the rest. The fast-twitch fibers that compose the high-threshold motorunits (HTMU) exceed, by a humongous margin, the hypertrophy potential of low and medium-threshold fibers that too many of us rely on in our everyday training sessions.

Comments

Cordanius Cordanius
I am mostly interested in sport and exercises phisiology, not particularly in bodybuilding. But after I read some articles from Mr Tibaudeau(ooh, hard to spell it correctly), this march I bought one of his books from Amazone. After one month I bought everything what he wrote. The book is not a recipe of exercises program, but explanation why and how to do something to develop strength, mass, and also speed. So if you are looking for exrx description or training programs only, this is not for you. But if you want to understand something behind,and different methods, it is writen in easy and logical form.Not cheap, but imho very worth of the price. Only thing I miss from the book is list of references.
Wild Python Wild Python
images were very pixellated and grainy. The information in the book was excellent.
lacki lacki
Coach Tibaudeau takes you through the whole process of High Threshhold Muscle Building, step by step giving you all the tools you need to be able to design your own programs. Plus he throws in a couple of templates and sample programs for; muscle growth, fat loss, general strength, powerlifting and Athletics, for begginer, intermediate and advanced lifters.

Very easy to read. He describes all of the best exercises for each muscle group followed up with photos!

Great read!!!

A must have to complete any muscle building library!
skriper skriper
This book opened my eyes to some elements that had definitely been missing from my program design. And yet...okay, I am not after all the answers, or, a cookie cutter approach. But some recommendations posed by the author seem to conflict with others. Eg, the author states that taking a set to failure is optimal (not essential) for muscle growth, and along with this a slow lowering of the weight should be employed. This, I have no problem with. But add to this the recommendation that rest intervals be brief? Either I am possessed of one of the worst recovery rates in the world, or, taking a work set to failure for say between 6 to 10 reps with a slow negative, and then, resting only minimally, will then enable you to do only 2 to 3 reps at best on the next set. The alternative to this would be to decrease the weight. But then, you are lifting a weight that goes up to anywhere between a 15 to 20 RM. Way above what is recommended in the repetition continuum for hypertrophy purposes. This contradiction, the author does nothing to address. At least not in my reading.
Do you drop the weight?
If going to failure on the first work set, and keeping the weight constant, what should you aim for on the second set?
In order to get that, should you increase the rest period, so that you are training the muscle fibers and not training to accommodate fatigue?
The answers to these basic questions I feel don't fall into the realm of wanting a cookie cutter approach. Rather, they would give a far better understanding as to how to construct and effective program. And yet, they are not answered.