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Big Beyond Belief

ryohayabusa

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Hi Everyone
I'm a new member of the community who has recetly started following the BBB program.I 'm searching for the faqs/newletters of serious growth/OTS website which has been closed.
Could anyone who owns 'em kindly share those with me? I have plenty of ebooks and i'm willing to share those ,in order to exchange the favor.
Please help me guys
thank you very much
 

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Hi Everyone
I'm a new member of the community who has recetly started following the BBB program.I 'm searching for the faqs/newletters of serious growth/OTS website which has been closed.
Could anyone who owns 'em kindly share those with me? I have plenty of ebooks and i'm willing to share those ,in order to exchange the favor.
Please help me guys
thank you very much
Welcome to proMuscle:)
Big Beyond Belief: Serious growth III
bigbeyondbelief.pdf
LMK if you have any problems
downloading it.
Nssca
 

ryohayabusa

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Welcome to proMuscle:)
Big Beyond Belief: Serious growth III
bigbeyondbelief.pdf
LMK if you have any problems
downloading it.
Nssca
thank you so much for the link but i already own the ebook.what i'm searching for though is the faq which was on the site while still open.the also sent a newsletter weekly as well.i'm searching that kind of material
thank you
 

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quite a few of us on here do this routine.

i started this about 6 weeks ago.

i like it a lot. i will be honest ramp 2 looks to much for me at bodyparts 4 times per week.

the 4 day per week routine with bodyparts 3 times is aweseome!!!

ask me what you like i will try to help
 

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quite a few of us on here do this routine.

i started this about 6 weeks ago.

i like it a lot. i will be honest ramp 2 looks to much for me at bodyparts 4 times per week.

the 4 day per week routine with bodyparts 3 times is aweseome!!!

ask me what you like i will try to help
Could you do me a favour and write an example of the 4 day per week bodypart 3 times. I would be interested in seeing that. The download above will not work on my comp.
 

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PM your email and I'll send it to you.

here's ramp 1 / week 1

2 minutes rest between sets all week

day 1

(3)sets.........13-15 reps

back
chest
bicep
calf

day 2 same as above except you work

delts
tricep
thighs
abs

day 3 reps 10-12

sets

3...back
3...chest
3...thighs
1...delts
2...calves
1...bicep
1...tricep

day 4 8-10 reps

sets

3...thigh
3...chest
3...back
1...delts
2...calf
1...tri
1...bi

this is just the very beginning of the 4 day routine

it varies as you go through the ramps and supergrowth phases

I'd post it all but it's a lot to type here
 
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quite a few of us on here do this routine.

i started this about 6 weeks ago.

i like it a lot. i will be honest ramp 2 looks to much for me at bodyparts 4 times per week.

the 4 day per week routine with bodyparts 3 times is aweseome!!!

ask me what you like i will try to help

hey man thank you for your help
I'm on week2 of ramp2 ,i'm doing the 6x week routine,once daily
What i'm trying to find is wheter there was some kind of direction concerning the exercises to choose during the week.I read how they were split according to the NMA however i wanted to know if there was some kind of limit to how many level 7 exercises choose.this is because i like working hard on the gym,however i suspect having level 6-7 exercises (only)for both pec,back and legs 6 times at week could be too much.
i'm doing like
first day:bench p.,chins,hack squat
second day:dips,parallel grip chins,step up
third day:incline bench,romanian dedlift,squat
fourth day:restart with day 1 exercises and so on for day 5 and 6.
So far i really enjoy it even though i must admit that it's really taxing

was anything about it mentioned on the OTS site?
 

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i am pretty much using level 6- 7 mainly compound movements for my 4 day per week routine.

however i have found that bodyparts 3 times per week at this level starts to niggle my old injuries.

for example i have been suffering some wrist pain and my elbow tendonitis has flared up.

this is my exact routine using ramp 1 week 1 example

13-15 reps
hammer pulldowns
smith incline
nautilus machine curls
seated calf

wide grip upright row
french/skull crusher
squats (1 set leg curl)

10-12
chest supported dumbell rows
close grip decline bench
bulgarian split squat
lateral raise
hammer curls

8-10
leg press x2
stiff leg x1
dips
chins
hammer delt press
preacher curl

on the full body days i purposely used dips and close grip bench so i classed them as both chest and tricep so didnt bother to do a seperate tri exercise.

i dont think my body can handle bodypart 4 times per week at 35 years old.

my plan is another week of supergrowth and then a week off then 1 week light to moderate all machine workouts then back to week 1 ramp 1.

i think with me i get more than enough intensity change from increase in sets and quicker rest times. i really noticed a change in my body by the start of week 3.

i like squats at the 13-15 rep range as i think it really forces growth.

i am also going to swap out skull crushers and put in press downs to ease elbow pain.

i will also change db rows to cable rows for this one but other than that keeping everything the same.

i like the bulgarian split squat because i can use puny weight and still get great stimulus and it seems to fully hit my hams as well as quads.

on your 6 day per week i would not worry about using at least 1 lot of level 4 type movements i.e. pulldowns or a hammer strength chest machine.
 

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On it right now. Ramp 2 is near and looks tough and repetitive, but I'm just gonna do what it says because people have said SG-2 is generally the best of the 3 and I wanna do the full 18 weeks.
 

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screw it im doing ramp 2 as well. if im going to die it may as well be doing a bitch of a routine ha ha
 

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ive just looked at my e book.

ramp 2 is it right that days 1 and 2 have no delts??

only 3-4

is that right sliced, kingpeon???
 

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ive just looked at my e book.

ramp 2 is it right that days 1 and 2 have no delts??

only 3-4

is that right sliced, kingpeon???
yeah no delts nor abs

even though they are back on the supergrowth phase 2
but what the heck ramp2 week 2 is hell on earth.next week is ramp2 week 3 for me and i have nightmares only thinking about it.4 sets with 60 sec of recovery with each muscle hitten EVERYDAY(not delts or abs as above though)
 

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Damn!! if you guys are complaining about this program's 4 day routine you'd get light-headed and straight pass out just reading the Titan 4 day regimen. :eek:
 

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Damn!! if you guys are complaining about this program's 4 day routine you'd get light-headed and straight pass out just reading the Titan 4 day regimen. :eek:
no no i'm currently doing the 6x once daily routine
not 4!that's why i was complaining.doing the hack squat twice a week(the one with the barbell below my butt i mean,not the squat at the smith machine),plus step up twice a week plus squat twice a week is what scares me.And reverse dips trice a week plus bench isn't easy either
 

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I like the 6 day, too

I stick with the 6-7 NMAs and just lighten up the weight and pump til I'm burnin' when the frequency increases.
 

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I like the 6 day, too

I stick with the 6-7 NMAs and just lighten up the weight and pump til I'm burnin' when the frequency increases.
i reach failure on each set and drop the weight of about 10% on the following set.
do you do that as well?or leave some rep in the hole?
 

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For an example, if the reps are 10-12, I go for 10-12 non-stop reps. I think it's important to not rest for a few seconds after every couple reps. I visualize myself sprinting under the weight.

You'd never see an Olympic 100 meter dash with rest breaks after 25 meters, you know?
 
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No drop sets

For an example, if the reps are 10-12, I go for 10-12 non-stop reps. I think it's important to notrest for a few seconds after every couple reps. I visualize myself sprinting under the weight.

You'd never see an Olympic 100 meter dash with rest breaks after 25 meters, you know?
yeah i see what you mean
But if the reps are 10-12 as you mention,shouldn't one reach failure on the 12th or the 10th at least?instead you reach failure on the 10th,then drop the weight and do 2 more resting as little as possible.did i get it right?
 

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No dropping the weight would take too much time during the set.

I don't always get to the 10-12 range and after the set is over that would be when I drop weight. So the next set would fall into the proper rep range.

Most of the time I reach failure right on target, between 10-12.

i reach failure on each set and drop the weight of about 10% on the following set.
do you do that as well?
I just re-read this, yeah that's right.
 
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