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question on HIT training

huzbetta

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i have been thinkin about changing my routine to HIT training and everywhere i read about it it constantly says that this is only a good routine for someone who has been training for 10 years ...

that it isnt a good routine for someone to use unless they have years and years of training experience...even dorian yates said that there is no way that a beginner or intermediate can go into a gym and annihilate a bodypart with with one set of each exercise..

any thoughts...
 

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HIT requires excellent mind/body connection. You only get that kind of connection after training properly for years.
You don't need to wait 10 years, but a beginner would be wasting his time using HIT as he wouldn't know how to apply it properly.

If you want to start it, the best book I ever read on the subject that teaches you how to develop your mind/body connection is High Intensity Training by Ellington Darden. Excellent book - advance through all the routines in there for a year, and then you will be able to do HIT properly.
I have yet to find a book that comes close to this one as far as teaching one how to do HIT properly.
 

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