The topic of fitness is a very broad one. It can include diet and nutrition, but it can also be about exercise and that type of healthy lifestyle, which is what this blog is all about. Much of what I talk about in this blog is about exercise, but there are also things that I will teach you about nutrition.

If you’re wanting to take your training or triathlon training to the next level, then look no further. DC Training is a simple, step-by-step guide to help you get there. I have personally used DC Training as my training method for the past five years and have continued to improve all year round. DC Training is as simple as it sounds: you do DC training twice per week, and as you become more fit, you increase the number of sets and reps.

If you’re a mom, chances are you have kids, but if you’re a stay at home mom, let’s be honest, you are most likely tired at the end of a long day. Whether you’re trying to get in shape, lose weight, or just need a little pick-me-up, DC Training is a very simple way to get your endorphins flowing and feel the burn. DC Training also provides a simple, effective way to train your body to prepare for pregnancy, and keep you fit throughout your pregnancy. Whether you are just starting or are a seasoned DC veteran, this helpful guide will give you all the information you need to get started.

word-image-723 DC training is a low volume, high intensity, high frequency strength training program. DC Training uses advanced training methods such as rest sets and extreme stretching to help you become an advanced bodybuilder as quickly as possible. Many of the world’s best bodybuilders, such as IFBB pro David Henry, have used DC Training to take their physiques to the next level. In this simple, step-by-step guide, I explain how to put together your own DC training program so you can build muscle mass as quickly as possible. DC workouts use an upper and lower body split 3 days a week, called a two-way split. You will alternate between training your upper body on three different days and your lower body on three different days. These workouts are very similar, but they use different exercises for each muscle group. Dante Trudel, the inventor of DC training, discovered that for most bodybuilders it was the fastest way to quickly build strength and thus muscle mass. Here’s what your weekly workout routine might look like: Week

  • Monday: Upper body 1
  • Wednesday: Lower body 1
  • Friday: Upper body #2

Week 2

  • Monday: Lower body #2
  • Wednesday: Upper body #3
  • Friday: Lower body #3

During the third week, start repeating the workouts. On Monday, do upper body workout #1, on Wednesday, lower body workout #1 and so on. You can train on Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday or on three days of the week that suit you best. Make sure you take at least one day off between workouts. In each training session you will perform 5 exercises. This is how the DC training is organized: DC Upper-body training

  • Chest
  • Shoulders
  • Triceps
  • Back width
  • Backrest thickness

DC Lower body training

  • Biceps
  • Forearm
  • Calves
  • Hamstrings
  • ATVs

These workouts can seem a little strange at first. The first oddity is that the biceps and forearms are trained on the same day for the lower body. Don’t worry, your biceps won’t suffer too much during these upper body training days. The second odd thing is that the back treat is divided into width and thickness. Back stretching exercises include vertical pull-ups, such as chin-ups and lunges, and back stretching exercises include deadlifts, standing lifts and heavy rowing exercises. The third quirk is that you can do the most difficult exercises, like. B. Developers and squats, to be performed last in your workout. It’s deliberate! Dante wants you to do 1 or 2 sets for all exercises, and then stop. If you do them first in your workout, you may not have enough energy for the other exercises. The division into two parts may seem odd, but trust me, it works. With DC training you train each muscle group with one exercise per session. This means you perform 5 exercises per workout. Don’t worry, you won’t be doing the same exercises every workout. Let’s say your three favorite chest exercises are bench press, incline bench press with dumbbells, and hammer bench press. You do one of these exercises per workout and alternate three upper body exercises. For example: First Revolution

  • Exercise 1: 30 degrees inclined weight bench
  • Exercise #2: Dumbbell press with an angle of 30 degrees
  • Exercise 3: Pressure to increase the force of the flat hammer

Second round

  • Exercise 4: 30 degrees inclined weight bench
  • Training 5: Dumbbell press with an angle of 30 degrees
  • Exercise 6: Pressure to increase the force of the flat hammer

Third curve

  • Exercise #7: 30 degree inclined weight bench
  • Workout #8: Dumbbell press with an angle of 30 degrees
  • Exercise 9: Pressure to increase the force of the flat hammer

And so on. In DC training, you constantly alternate between three different exercises for each body part. Dante Trudel believes that this triple variation of exercises avoids a strength plateau, and that you can make progress with each exercise for a very long time. Every time you go to the gym, your goal is to beat the log on all five upper or lower body exercises. There are two ways to defeat protocol: You can add more weight to the exercise or leave the weight the same and do more reps. Here’s what the magazine’s defeat might look like in the real world:

  • Workout 1: 225 lbs x 8 reps
  • Workout #2: 230 lbs x 8 reps
  • Workout #3: 235 lbs x 7 reps
  • Workout #4: 235 lbs x 9 reps
  • Workout 5: 240 lbs x 9 reps

And so on. After each workout, you should track your results in a training log. Dante Trudel calls it a great book. Your goal is to beat protocol on the 5 upper or lower body exercises in each workout. Of course, you can’t progress in one exercise forever. At some point you will stagnate or reach a plateau with every exercise in your program. At this point, eliminate the old exercise from your program and move on to the new domination exercise. Dante Trudel recommends switching to a new exercise if you do one or two workouts in a row where you can’t beat the protocol. If you z. For example, if you are stuck with the incline bench press, replace it with another chest muscle exercise, such as the incline bench press on the Smith machine, the dumbbell bench press, or another bench press exercise. The choice is yours. Don’t worry, you will be able to pick up the exercises you lost at some point in the future. In an ideal world, you want to have 5-10 exercises for each muscle group that you can alternate over time. If you do more varied exercises, you are less likely to reach a long-term plateau for this muscle group. For each exercise, perform 1-2 sets until you fail. Depending on the exercise, it may be one set with rest and break or 1 or 2 consecutive sets to failure. For most exercises, you also do extreme stretching exercises immediately after training that muscle group. Here’s what your upper and lower body workout looks like: Upper Body Label Overview

  • Chest = 1 set rest -> extreme stretching
  • Shoulders = 1 set rest -> extreme stretching
  • Triceps = 1 set with rest -> extreme stretching
  • back width = 1 breakage set -> extreme stretching
  • Back strength = 1-2 consecutive sets

Review of the DC lower body Day

  • Biceps = 1 set with rest -> extreme stretching
  • Forearm = 1 straight set
  • Calves = 1 straight set
  • hamstrings = 1 set with rest or 1-2 straight sets
  • Quadriceps = 2 consecutive sets -> extreme stretching

As you can see, for most exercises you perform 1 set with rest. The rest and relaxation package is the heart and soul of DC Training. This is one of the main reasons why bodybuilders get bigger and stronger so quickly with DC training. A rest and recovery set is a training method where you perform three sets of an exercise to failure, with 20-30 seconds of rest between each set. The rest sets are actually a form of cluster training because you use the same weight in all three sets. For example: Residual Breakdown Kit

  • Perform 7-10 reps to failure, then rest and take 10-15 deep breaths.
  • Practice a second time until you fail, then rest and take 10 to 15 deep breaths.
  • Training to failure for the third time, done!

Dante Trudel recommends 7-10 reps on the first try for most muscle groups. A typical sentence with a rest might look like this: 8 reps / 3 reps / 2 reps = 13 reps with a rest. In DC training, you have a target range of reps for each exercise. According to Dante, for most muscle groups you should aim for 11 to 20 reps in sets with rest. In some exercises, such as. B. For the dumbbell press and triceps curls, you should aim for a total of 20-30 reps for safety reasons. For rest sets, you should do as many warm-up sets as necessary to prepare for the main work set. Do not overload yourself during the warm-up. They are only needed to prepare you for the scheduled break. There are exercises that have no rest: Strength of the back, forearms, calves, quadriceps and sometimes hamstrings. For safety reasons, back strengthening exercises are never done intermittently. If you do sets of deadlifts with a rest period, you run the risk of injuring your back. To get a thicker back, do 1 or 2 straight sets just below the lift. For example, you can do a set of 6-9 reps and a set of 9-12 reps for dumbbells. Dante doesn’t want you to take a break from your forearm exercises to avoid overtraining. A straight set of 8 to 12 reps is sufficient for the forearms. For calves, perform a set of 7-10 reps to failure. For the thigh muscles, you can do small isolation exercises like leg extensions and gluteal extensions with a rest. Larger exercises, such as the blunt leg raise and sumo leg presses, should be performed in 1-2 consecutive sets. After all, we have mountain bikes. The quadriceps are trained in two consecutive sets: a heavy set of 4 to 8 repetitions and a set of 20 repetitions. The Widowmaker set is essentially a breathing squat for 20 reps. You load the barbell with your maximum 10 reps and do 10 heavy reps. Instead of lifting the weight, lock your legs, take a few deep breaths, and then do 1-3 more reps. Repeat this process until you have completed 20 reps with a maximum of 10 times the weight. You can click here to see Tom Platz perform the Widowmaker set at 585 pounds in the reverse squat. Seth Widowmaker is tough, but he’s an important part of DC’s training program. As a result, your legs and the rest of your body grow incredibly fast. For most exercises, you perform extreme stretches after a rest set or one or two consecutive sets to failure. The extreme stretch is a deep static stretch that you perform with extra resistance. The goal is to hold the stretch for 60 to 90 seconds or longer during each exercise. Dante Trudel swears by Extreme Stretch! They are an essential part of the DC training program and should not be left out. The benefits of extreme stretching are faster recovery, stretching of the fascial tissue around the muscle, and possibly even muscle hyperplasia. Many DC trainers report that their chest, triceps, back width and quads look completely different after 1-3 months of extreme stretching. Here, Dusty Henshaw shows extreme stretches for every body part: Some exercises, like. B. The thickness of the back and forearms, does not stretch. The calves aren’t subjected to a separate extreme stretch, as Dante has you perform a 10-second isometric before each repetition in the extended position. You lift the weight, lower it, and then hold it for 10 seconds with your calves extended. This counts as a rehearsal! Dante wants you to do a set of 7-10 reps for your calves. This set takes 1-2 minutes and is incredibly painful, but your calves will be faster than ever. Let’s take another look at upper body and lower body training: Overview of DC labels for the upper body

  • Chest = 1 set rest -> extreme stretching
  • Shoulders = 1 set rest -> extreme stretching
  • Triceps = 1 set with rest -> extreme stretching
  • back width = 1 breakage set -> extreme stretching
  • Back strength = 1-2 consecutive sets

Review of the DC lower body Day

  • Biceps = 1 set with rest -> extreme stretching
  • Forearm = 1 straight set
  • Calves = 1 straight set
  • hamstrings = 1 set with rest or 1-2 straight sets
  • Quadriceps = 2 consecutive sets -> extreme stretching

As you can see, perform rest and pause sets OR 1-2 sets to failure for each body part. Most body parts also have an extreme stretch that you do immediately after working a muscle. The combination of rest and extreme stretching is absolutely brutal, but you’ll grow like weeds. Today we take everything we’ve learned and combine it into a comprehensive DC training program. You may not like all the exercises I chose for this program. This is perfectly normal. My goal is to show you what a complete DC training program could look like. Once you understand how everything works, you can write your own program with the exercises you prefer. Look at this: DC Upper Body Training #1

  • A1 : Bench press oblique at 30 degrees, 1 x 20-30 PR**, 2/0/X/0, rest as needed.
  • B1 : Hammer bench press, 1 x 11-20 PR**, 2/0/X/0, rest as needed.
  • C1 : Cranial kneading at dead center, 1 x 11-20 RP**, 2/1/X/0, rest as needed
  • D1: Standing pull-ups, 1 x 11-20 RP**, 2/1/X/0, rest as needed
  • E1 : Row on parallel bars, 2 x (8-10, 10-12), 2/0/X/0, rest 3 minutes

**Executed as a break set. Here are some sample training videos for this session: Exercise A1, Exercise B1, Exercise C1, Exercise D1, Exercise E1. DC Lower Body Training Workout #1

  • A1 : Chest turn at 45 degrees (back grip), 1 x 11-20 RP**, 2/0/X/0, rest if needed.
  • B1: 1 reverse shoulder turn, 1 x 12-20, 2/0/X/0, rest if necessary
  • C1: calf press, 1 x 7-10, 2/8/X/1, rest when needed
  • D1 : Unilateral leg flexion (plantar flexion/stretched legs), 1 x 11-20 RP**, 2/0/X/0, rest if needed.
  • E1 : Squat (medium position/flat heels), 2 x (4-8, 20****), 2/0/X/0, 4 minutes rest.

**Executed as a break set. ****Presentation of a DC Widowmaker kit for quadcopters. Here are some sample training videos for this session: Exercise A1, Exercise B1, Exercise C1, Exercise D1, Exercise E1. DC Upper Body Training #2

  • A1 : Flat developer with hammer, 1 x 11-20 RP**, 2/0/X/0, rest as needed.
  • B1 : Military bench press, 1 x 11-20 PR**, 2/0/X/0, rest as needed.
  • C1 : V-bar bend (vertical torso position), 1 x 11-20 RP**, 2/0/X/0, rest as needed.
  • D1 : Rope pull (wide/wide grip), 1 x 11-20 RP**, 2/0/X/0, rest as needed.
  • E1 : Dumbbell Rowing, 2 x (8-10, 10-12), 2/1/X/0, 3 minutes rest

**Executed as a break set. Here are some sample training videos for this session: Exercise A1, Exercise B1, Exercise C1, Exercise D1, Exercise E1. DC Lower Body Training #2

  • A1 : Preacher ez-bar curl (close grip/supination), 1 x 11-20 RP**, 2/0/X/0, rest as needed.
  • B1 : Double-sided standing DB curl (hammer grip), 1 x 12-20, 2/0/X/0, rest as needed.
  • C1 : Standing calf raises, 1 x 7-10, 2/8/X/1, rest as needed.
  • D1 : Sumo leg press, 1 x 11-20 RP**, 2/0/X/0, rest as needed.
  • E1: leg press, 2 x (6-10, 20**), 2/0/X/0, 4 minutes rest

**Executed as a break set. ****Presentation of a DC Widowmaker kit for quadcopters. Here are some sample training videos for this session: Exercise A1, Exercise B1, Exercise C1, Exercise D1, Exercise E1. DC Upper Body Training #3

  • A1 : Bench press oblique at 30 degrees, 1 x 11-20 PR**, 2/0/X/0, rest as needed.
  • B1 : DB overhead bench press, 1 x 20-30 RP**, 2/0/X/0, rest as needed.
  • C1 : Bench press with Smith machine, 1 x 11-20 PR**, 2/0/X/0, rest as needed.
  • D1 : Double-sided hammer traction (supine), 1 x 11-20 RP**, 2/1/X/0, rest as needed.
  • E1: normal deadlift, 2 x (5-7, 8-10), 2/1/X/0, 4 minutes rest

**Executed as a break set. Here are some sample training videos for this session: Exercise A1, Exercise B1, Exercise C1, Exercise D1, Exercise E1. DC Lower Body Training #3

  • A1 : Twist with DB concentration, 1 x 11-20 RP**, 2/0/X/0, pause as needed.
  • B1 : Preacher ez-bar curl (wide/extended grip), 1 x 12-20, 2/0/X/0, rest as needed.
  • C1 : Machine calf raises with squats, 1 x 7-10, 2/8/X/1, rest as needed.
  • D1 : Bilateral leg curls (Polikina method*** /legs facing in), 1 x 11-20 RP**, 2/0/X/0, rest as needed.
  • E1 : Swing squat (medium position), 2 x (4-8, 20****), 2/0/X/0, rest 4 min.

**Executed as a break set. **Single dorsiflexion (toes pointing toward the shins) in the concentric range and single plantarflexion (toes pointing away from the shins) in the eccentric range. For more information, watch the video below. ****Presentation of a DC Widowmaker kit for quadcopters. Here are some sample training videos for this session: Exercise A1, Exercise B1, Exercise C1, Exercise D1, Exercise E1. If you want to develop your own DC training program, you need to be smart about your training plan. Here are some tips. It is good to use a variety of exercises for the chest, shoulders and triceps. If you do three exercises with free weights, by the time you get to the triceps, you will be completely exhausted. For the chest, shoulders and triceps, it is best to use a combination of free weight exercises and deadlifts. The same goes for quadriceps exercises. If you are doing back squats, front squats and squats with a Smith machine, you are overtraining to the max. You will have more success if you alternate between three different exercises, for example. B. Squats, leg presses and back squats. Finally, be careful where you integrate squats and deadlifts into your routine. If you do squats one time and dumbbells the next, your lower back will be bent. If possible, these exercises should be done one week at a time. For example, you can do dumbbells in your first upper body workout and squats in your second lower body workout. This way you always have a week break between these two exercises. Enjoy a magazine! As you already know, the most important part of DC training is registration. Every time you go to the gym, your goal is to set a personal record in the five upper or lower body exercises. Here’s what your lower body training log might look like: A1: Curl ez-bar Preacher (wide/supine handle), 1 x 11-20 RP

  • LT: 95 x 10/4/2 = 15 RP
  • TT: 100 x 8/3/1 = 12 RP

B1: One-shoulder reverse flexion, 1 x 8-12 SS C1: leg press calf muscles, 1 x 7-10 SS D1: Bilateral leg curls (plantar/straight leg curls), 1 x 11-20 RP

  • LT: 110 x 8/2/1 = 11 RP
  • TT: 110 x 10/4/3 = 17 RP

E1: Lean squat, 2 x 6-8, 20

  • LT: 360 x 6, 270 x 20
  • TT: 360 x 8, 280 x 20

The LT symbol means Last time and the TT symbol means This time. Dante Trudel says to note your old record next to the LT symbol. The TT area must be empty when you go to the gym. Immediately before each exercise, you analyze your previous performance with that exercise. This will light a fire under your butt and motivate you to work as hard as possible. With this exercise, you will beat the magazine against all odds! No excuses! !! Okay, maybe I’m being a little dramatic. But you get the idea! There’s nothing worse than walking out of the gym knowing that a magazine gave you a beating that day and replacing that exercise with another. At every opportunity, you must beat the magazine! The best DC training exercises for every body part Here’s a list of the best DC workouts for each body part. You can use it as a reference if you want to develop your own DC training program. If you really believe in an exercise and it is not on this list, you can use it in your program. However, these are the drills that work best according to Dante Trudel and many DC coaches from long ago. Chest exercises DC

  • Bench Press
  • Flat / inclined / oblique dumbbell presses
  • Bending / tilting in Smith’s apparatus
  • Flat / inclined / inclined power presses with hammer
  • Other good exercises for bench pressing

Shoulder exercises DC

  • Dumbbell head press
  • Dumbbell overhead press
  • Pressing on the top of the bench on the Smith machine
  • Power press with overhead hammer
  • All other good aviation press

Triceps exercises DC

  • Support (free weights or trainers)
  • Bench press with closed handles (free weights or Smith)
  • Reverse bench press (free weights or trainer)
  • All types of triceps extensions, especially flat or oblique extensions.
  • PJR Sweater
  • Dead skulls.

DC Back width exercises

  • Chin on the Rack (Dante’s favorite)
  • Pull up / Chin up
  • Lateralization exercises
  • Powerful traction
  • Pullover machine

Exercises to strengthen the back DC

  • Deadlifts
  • The dead rise
  • Cantilever Series
  • Queues on the bar
  • Smith machine series
  • Seated cable rows

biceps exercises DC

  • Dumbbell Curl
  • Dumbbell bending
  • Twisted pair cable
  • Shoulder loops
  • Oblique turns
  • Machine turned

Forearm exercises DC

  • Reverse twist of the cable
  • Hammer bending with dumbbells
  • Reverse bends with the elbow bar
  • Zottman nods.
  • Mechanical reversals

calf exercises

  • Raising the calves while sitting
  • standing calf raises
  • Calf raises before leg presses
  • Other good calf exercises

Direct current exercise for game strings

  • All kinds of leg extensions
  • Thigh and buttock lift
  • Sumo leg press
  • Abrupt leg lifts

Quadriceps exercises DC

  • front squat
  • Bending backwards
  • Squats on a Smith machine
  • Squat with deadlift
  • A good leg press machine
  • Any other good dumbbell squat exercise

Blast and cruise, or how to get ahead in the long run We’re not done yet! Anyone who has been training for a long time knows that you don’t always reach your full potential. You may need to take it easy for a week or two or take a break. DC training uses a very simple form of periodization called blast and cruise. During the explosion phase, you train hard and fill up with energy. Most CD interns can work 6 to 12 weeks before they need a break. After 6 to 12 weeks, you will feel that you have been training too hard and need a break. One break is enough! If you’re feeling depressed, go into a cruise phase. The cross phase lasts 1 to 2 weeks, for some advanced bodybuilders even 3 weeks. If you are traveling, you can either not go to the gym at all or do very light exercises with light weights. After one or two weeks, you will begin the next rhythm and complete your diary again. Here are a few examples of explosive and crossover phases from some of Dante Trudel’s training clients:

  • Explosion 7 weeks, travel 7-10 days
  • Blast 12 weeks, Cruise 14 weeks
  • Explosion 10 weeks, journey 10 days
  • Explosion 12 weeks, travel 7 days

There is no official blast and cross phase in the DC formation. It is entirely up to you and your ability to recover. You need to listen to your body and determine when you need rest and when you are ready to let go again. This is one reason why Dante Trudel says CD training is reserved for people with 3 or more years of training experience. You have to be very experienced to know when to train hard and when to take it easy. Some DC trainers also believe they should skip a workout every 3-5 weeks during the explosive growth phase. For example, you may miss a Friday practice once every few weeks. If they do upper body workout 1 on Friday, move it to the next Monday. It might be a good way to introduce a mini-charge to extend the explosion by a few weeks. Nutrition and cardio Dante Trudel wants you to adhere to certain nutrition and cardio rules when using the DC training program. These rules are not immutable. If you z. B. If you work with a diet coach, you will follow what they say and ignore these rules. However, if you are responsible for your own nutrition and your cardiovascular system, these rules work perfectly with DC training. Look at this:

  • Consume 1.5 to 2 grams of protein per pound of body weight.
  • Don’t eat too many carbs and fats in one meal.
  • Stop carbs 4 to 6 hours before bedtime.
  • Do 20 to 60 minutes of cardio on an empty stomach in the morning, 0 to 7 days a week.
  • Green tea: consume up to 5-10 cups or 3-6 capsules per day.
  • Reduce calories slightly during the travel phase.

Dante wants to turn you into a muscle-building, fat-burning oven, and this is the best way he knows how to do it. Some of these rules may seem silly. However, Dante Trudel has the experience of working with ordinary people and turning them into advanced bodybuilders faster than anyone else. If you use a DC training program, you should use these strategies for nutrition and cardio. These strategies work in synergy with CD training. Direct current drive during operation The DC training program is designed as a mass gain program. It exists to help you build as much muscle mass as possible in the shortest time possible. Of course, DC training also works if you have excess fat that you want to consume. Be sure to use the DC Training System for at least a few weeks before starting a diet. Some people find that they can use a two-way split for the entire diet without any problems. Other people find DC training too difficult to recover from weight loss. If you are satisfied with this, you can switch to a three or five-way split. A three part split is a push/pull/leg split 4 days a week. Dante Trudel uses it with his bodybuilders who are dieting and struggling to recover from their workouts. You can see here how the body parts are organized for each day: 3-way name plate

  • Exercise 1: Biceps
  • Exercise 2: Forearm
  • Exercise 3: Back width
  • Exercise 4: Backrest thickness

3-way split pushbutton

  • Exercise 1: Chest
  • Exercise 2: Shoulders
  • Exercise 3: Triceps

3-way split tab Tag

  • Exercise 1: ATVs
  • Exercise 2: Hamstrings
  • Exercise 3: Calves

As you can see, the workouts are very short. According to Dante, these workouts should last 30 to 45 minutes, after which you go for a walk. If you have been dieting for a few months and are having too much trouble recovering even after a 3-course split diet, you can switch to a 5-course split diet. The five-band split is simply the Dante version of the bro-split in bodybuilding, where you train each muscle group once a week. For example: 5-channel DC drive

  • Monday: Chest
  • Tuesday: Biceps / Forearm
  • Wednesday: Calves / Hamstrings / Quadriceps
  • Thursday: On the website
  • Friday: Shoulders / Triceps
  • Saturday: Backrest width / backrest thickness
  • Sunday: On the website

The workouts for this split are very, very short. On chest day, for example, do 1 set with rest, an extreme stretch, and then get out. If you need to do a lot of cardio, it’s very easy to do it right after your workout if you’re already at the gym. The biggest disadvantage of the 5-way split is that you only train the muscle groups once a week. DC training involves training parts of the body as often as possible to achieve the fastest possible growth. You should only consider a 5-split as a last resort, to get through an exhausting diet or pre-competition phase. Supplement word-image-724 DC training is a fairly difficult training program. However, once you are familiar with the program, it is very easy to use. Just alternate three exercises for each body part and get as strong as possible while eating enough quality bodybuilding nutrition. What could be easier? If you are a bodybuilder and you like to train with weights and to failure, then you will love the DC training program. It has proven to be one of the most effective bodybuilding workouts ever invented. So, what are you waiting for? Create your own DC training program with your three favorite exercises for each body part and start recording your data! Here’s a great quote from Ronnie Coleman that will cheer you up even more: Everyone wants to be a bodybuilder, but no one wants to lift weights! Thanks for reading and good luck with your strength training! Dr. Mike Jansen. I am the creator and owner of Revolutionary Program Design. I help advanced athletes take their training to the next level and achieve results they didn’t even know they had.

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