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    Quote Originally Posted by slowjoe View Post
    Is there any news about the possible John Broz interview?
    Bump.

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    Why are you so eager to hear rip interview John Broz?

    The guy already has a couple interviews on Youtube, and admittedly just works off things he Learnt from people like Ivan Abadjiev.

    Why not just look up things by Ivan himself such as:

    http://www.theironsamurai.com/2010/0...weightlifting/

    If Abadjiev is still alive, maybe he is the one who is due for a interview as a web video.

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    Also I think he may have started to have Pat do clean deadlifts, because there is video of him yesterday doing a set of 4 to failure, or it could just be testing as he mentioned but they were for singles before so I reckon he's intorducing some deadlifts into his training.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blowdpanis View Post
    I think what Broz is pointing out is that there is a big difference between overreaching and true overtraining (in terms of a systemic/hormonal phenomenon), and the body's ability to adapt to increased workload, if presented gradually over time, might just surprise a lot of people.
    This is a great summary. Of course, very few people have a need to push themselves to be able to handle more and more stress the way Broz's lifters do. I think a lot of people miss the forest for the trees and think that the program only works because of genetics and anabolic. In reality it is based around Selye's theory of stress, just like the routines in Practical Programming.

    I think high frequency training has a lot going for it--not just for oly lifting, but training of all kinds(including general strength training).

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    This zombie thread now makes me a little sad.

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    HGH makes not overtraining much easier

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    I'm glsd it got bumped. It's very informative.

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    so many people early in this thread were hating on people wondering if Broz lifters were clean... well i guess that question got answered

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike C View Post
    HGH makes not overtraining much easier
    Zing!

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    I hate it so much when random people accuse, judge and everything else. You get on anabolics and do 80% of what he is capable of then speak.

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