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 Post subject: Doggcrapp training
PostPosted: Sat Feb 10, 2007 11:20 am 
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Anyone ever tried it and do you have cycles for it?


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I have a 100lb. German Shepherd. Can you provide any details to get me started?

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No, I can't, this is suppose to be a family board. :)


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 Post subject: Re: Doggcrapp training
PostPosted: Sat Feb 17, 2007 11:56 pm 
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hoosegow wrote:
Anyone ever tried it and do you have cycles for it?


Hoosegow: There is a post on Draper's IronOnline that explains what Doggcrapp training is and includes other references to it. Sounds dangerous and ineffective, to say the least. I go by PumpDaddy on that board, by the way. The thread you want to look under is "gains for older lifters," posted by me.

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Why do you think it is dangerous and not effective?


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Did you read the thread on IronOnline? That type of massage and deep tissue stretching jacked-up a lot of people. Also, simply stretching the mylin sheath does not stimulate muscle growth. Maybe I read it all wrong.

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No, haven't had the time yet. I wasn't planning on stretching anyway. What about the lifts and the rest pause strategy?


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The rest-pause strategy can result in explosive growth. I wouldn't recommend it for too long, as your connective tissue may become irritated by this.

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