If you wanna follow along my journey to the Arnold Classic 212...keep an eye on my blog. I will be updating it regularly. Last night I put my starting diet as well as some other thoughts around when I will retire and more...check it out by clicking on pic below... http://mountaindogdiet.com/media/john-blog/johns-blog-12-31-2015/ Link
EVERYTHING in this industry is context driven. If everybody understood this we would ask the CORRECT questions. Is HIIT cardio better than LISS cardio is not a good question. Would you have someone do HIIT cardio if they had no energy and couldn't product the requisite interval intensity? If someone had a ton of energy and recovered well would you have them slowly walk on the treadmill? Are higher loads better than lower loads? Not a good question. Would you have someone use high loads if their joints were aching? Really? Is training a bodypart once a week or times a week better? If someone is recovered in 48 hours do you think it is better to wait another half week? Your rationale is "Dorian did it"? Learn to look at individual situations and context. Learn to ask the right questions and think.... This will lead you to provide better answers to all these black and white questions people want a yes or no to. The truth is, it's all grey.