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    I have a few questions about the DC program.

    1. You do a total of about 12-15 reps per exercise (not including the warm up)?

    2. Around 8-10 the first time around, 3-4 the second, and 1-2 the third?

    3. The rest pauses should be around 15-20 seconds in length?

    4. Once you finish the last 1-2 reps, how long do you wait before begining the static holds?

    5. Static holds shouldn't be done for legs and for back or is it just legs and back width?

    6. How long should the static holds last?

    7. Once you finish the static holds, how long do you wait before begining the strech?

    8. The streches should be held for around 60 seconds?

    9. How long should you wait after finishing the strech before moving on to a different exercise for a different bodypart?

    I'm assuming that workout one has to go in the following order and should not be rearranged:

    chest
    shoulders
    triceps
    back width
    back thickness

    ...and workout two:

    biceps
    forearms
    calves
    hams
    quads


    Thanks in advance.

  • #2
    1. We generally stay between anywhere from 8-30 reps, depends on the exercise.
    2. Sometimes you will reach those numbers and sometimes you will not. For instance, sometimes I may get 12 on my first mini set, but only get 2-3 on my second and 1 on my last.
    3. Do not worry about seconds. Just get in your 15 deep breaths.
    4. I usually take about 10-12 more deep breaths.
    5. Usually the muscles that we rest/pause we also can do statics on if your recovery ability permits. There are some exceptions though.
    6. You shoot for 30 seconds, but usually it doesn't last near that long. Usually ends up being a little more than 10.
    7. I just take a few more deep breaths and go for it.
    8. Yes, the goal is 60 seconds.
    9. It does not matter, take as much time as you need.
    10. Yes, you are correct. The workouts should NOT be changed unless you get permission from Dante.

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    • #3
      Re: Some Questions...

      Originally posted by l6873
      I have a few questions about the DC program.

      1. You do a total of about 12-15 reps per exercise (not including the warm up)?

      2. Around 8-10 the first time around, 3-4 the second, and 1-2 the third?

      3. The rest pauses should be around 15-20 seconds in length?

      4. Once you finish the last 1-2 reps, how long do you wait before begining the static holds?

      5. Static holds shouldn't be done for legs and for back or is it just legs and back width?

      6. How long should the static holds last?

      7. Once you finish the static holds, how long do you wait before begining the strech?

      8. The streches should be held for around 60 seconds?

      9. How long should you wait after finishing the strech before moving on to a different exercise for a different bodypart?

      I'm assuming that workout one has to go in the following order and should not be rearranged:

      chest
      shoulders
      triceps
      back width
      back thickness

      ...and workout two:

      biceps
      forearms
      calves
      hams
      quads


      Thanks in advance.
      Oh,God...gasp...

      Please read about that the Cycles on Pennies, all of your questions has been answered by DC long years ago...also there are so much valuable infos there...

      There is this a forum member nicknamed justin_sane who has archived all Dogg`s posts on CFP, his training manual and much more...

      Just go to http://intensemuscle.com/showthread....&threadid=2352

      justin has made an email account that can be accesed by everyone on yahoo...

      I`ll quoted his post...

      Thanks, Raoul...

      BTW, I have downloaded whole DC`s posts on CFP [from animalkits forum] and DC`s posts on "The Dogg Pound" from musclemayhem forum, include his training manual, some posts of In Human,Silverback and much more... [hmmm,my file is easier to read <had a slight better 'format'> than Raoul`s ]

      I also have downloaded 2 files on abcbodybuilding.com about static contraction and fascial streching...

      I`ve zipped all of that files on an email address...about 3MB on size...

      To you guys who want all these, you can go to http://mail.yahoo.com/

      Write;

      Yahoo! ID:cycles_for_pennies
      Password:doggcrapp

      go to the inbox...

      and feel free to download all of that files...

      please don`t delete these files...

      the password for the winzip is sophia
      I wish someone can put that thread as a sticky on this subforum...

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      • #4
        l6873, How big are your Forearms?...
        "That damn log book"

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        • #5
          Originally posted by In-Human
          l6873, How big are your Forearms?...
          Not as big as they should be. They are definitely my weakest body part. I don't have a tape measure handy so I can't give you an exact number.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by In-Human
            l6873, How big are your Forearms?...
            That's right, tell Inhuman that they're small, cause most around here know that he likes to chomp on forearms.
            ain't it the shit? Just wait til you guys/gals see some of the strength jumps lol..and the size you put on!
            Good luck
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            • #7
              Thanks Divinity and justin_sane, I havent seen that yet
              Blade

              "Keep your purpose in mind, simply go to the gym and do your workout, do it well and don't worry
              what other people are doing. Confidence will grow as you achieve."

              "If you believe in yourself, have dedication and pride and never quit, you'll be a winner. The price of
              victory is high, but so are the rewards"

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              • #8
                Originally posted by l6873
                Not as big as they should be. They are definitely my weakest body part. I don't have a tape measure handy so I can't give you an exact number.

                l6873 leaving an exposed forearm while Inhuman is around is kind of like trying to pat a starving fully grown male lion with A1 steak sauce on your hands. This forum used to have over 1000 members to it, I think its down to 250 now and we cant figure it out....but Iceman hooked up a WAV file to Inhumans posts and there was alot of belching, burping, (and people screaming) in the background. Chicken, steak, a quadricep, it all looks the same to him--you are forewarned
                @dante_trudel

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