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  • Y3T-Neil Hill's Training Program

    I was wondering if anyone has or is trying Neil Hill's Y3T training? I like the general idea about it. Basically you are changing the type of training you are doing every week for 3 weeks. After a 9 week cycle of this you deload. In that regard it is similar to DC training. But, the workouts themselves are very different. This is generally how it looks:

    Week 1 Heavy Weights- similar to a power lifting workouts

    Week 2 Moderate Weights-Your typical bodybuilding training (8-12 rep range)

    Week 3 Advanced Techniques-This would include the use of supersets, drop sets, etc. One of the workouts the recorded had him doing leg press sets up to 60+ reps.

    I have spoken to another advanced trainer that is using this system and he is reporting the best gains he's had in years. He also said that he is experiencing almost no joint irritation. My coach and I are formulating our precontest strategy for next year and are considering something similar to this.

    Any thoughts or opinions?
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  • #2
    I looked into it back a while but didn't find enough info to set up a program. Is there a template or anything out there?

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    • #3
      Sounds pretty good from this description:
      "So what exactly does Y3T entail? Y3T is split over a three to four week period. For the first week you concentrate on heavy compound movements, completing between 6-10 repetitions per set to complete muscle failure. In the second week you use a combination of compound and isolation movements with a repetition range of 10-14 per set. In the third and final week, the approach to each and every muscle group is ‘total annihilation.’ The repetition range for bigger muscle groups such as legs is between 40-80 per set. For the smaller muscle groups such as biceps the repetition range used can be as high as 25."

      Interested to see what you think of it.
      Last edited by RedSkull; 08-20-2011, 02:20 PM.
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      • #4
        Bodybuilding.com had a review of it, but it didn't seem accurate. There are a bunch of videos, but nothing I can find written in stone. If anyone else can find a template for it I'd be very interested.

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        • #5
          Yeah, I was being lazy and googled. Sounds prettty good. I doubt it's any better physically than any other half decent routine but mentally it'd be nice to do something different every week.
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          • #6
            Sounds Like Power, Rep Range, Shock Program by the guys who's name escapes me right now
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            • #7
              also sounds like a program designed for physical trainers that a friend of mine was showing me. However his program has these three stages spread over a longer period of time.
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              • #8
                Muscle and Brawn has details on it in there workout section.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by DCBliever View Post
                  Sounds Like Power, Rep Range, Shock Program by the guys who's name escapes me right now
                  Eric Brosser
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                  • #10
                    Sounds like every single other periodization program that has ever existed.
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                    • #11
                      I agree Sammich...Damn that's the second time in two days I've done that..., but I'm wondering if I'm missing something. The first two weeks seem pretty straight forward, but the third week is all over the place from what I've seen and I was curious what it looked like and how it would fit into a progressive overload.
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                      • #12
                        It looks kind of like he just picked something that sounded pretty cool "train the different fibers on different weeks!" ... and of course it works because any fucking routine works if it's based around the usual principles (not to mention the genetics and hormone levels of his clients listed- those things tend to help progress too... )

                        Still sounds like it'd be pretty fun to do tho.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by RedSkull View Post
                          and of course it works because any fucking routine works if it's based around the usual principles
                          Bingo. All these hyped-up programs are just the same ol' shit in a different bag. Like the JUGGERNAUT method. The guy is TWENTY-THREE. You really think he discovered a freaky new training system? And people always try to say that their system works by highlighting what they've done. The guy is 23 and squats 900 raw. That's not an effective new system, that's freak-ass genetics (and hard work, and nutrition, and ROIDS).
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                          • #14
                            Neils system is pretty much a rip-off of Eric Broser's P/RR/S system....there is a decent amount of info on the web regarding brosers's P/RR/S. Ive followed it and its well thought out...
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by trucelt View Post
                              Neils system is pretty much a rip-off of Eric Broser's P/RR/S system....there is a decent amount of info on the web regarding brosers's P/RR/S. Ive followed it and its well thought out...
                              Wow, to say it's a rip off may be an understatement.
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