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Ecdysterone "Ecdy-Bolin" Goes Head-to-Head with Dianabol and Wins!

What an incredible compound! Not only does ecdysterone 
facilitate a tremendous amount of positive effects in the body, 
but it elicits zero negatives! Think about it. Here we have a 
compound that has gone head-to-head with steroids in studies 
and won anabolicly with none of the associated side effects of 
steroids! One study conducted by top Russian researchers 
paired ecdysterone directly against Dianabol, one of the most
powerful anabolic steroids developed. The study showed 
equivalent anabolic activity with one exception: ecdysterone 
stimulated both slow and the all-important fast twitch 
muscle fibers, while Dianabol only stimulated the slow 
fibers! I think it's safe to say that yes, there are anabolic 
steroids and growth hormones in existence that are more 
powerful than ecdysterone. That's to be expected. But 
what if you could have a compound similar to that in power, 
but with no side effects? It goes without saying that if this is
indeed true, ecdysterone merits a closer look.

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         FITNESS TIPS FOR 4/1/2003   

Steve Davis Bodybuilding Training
by Dennis B. Weis "The Yukon Hercules" 

This is a six-week mass and strength microcycle periodization 
training concept popularized by former AABA Mr. California, IFBB 
Mr. World and one of the world's most symmetrical bodybuilders, 
Steve Davis.  On two nonconsecutive workout days during the first 
two weeks of training, Davis suggests using the one-rep principle 
in which a weight can be handled in a strict positive/negative 
contraction.  The idea is to do 10 continuous one-rep sets, 
decreasing the poundage just enough to grind out one more 
single rep until ten reps are completed.

There is no rest between each of these one-rep sets except to 
remove plates from the barbell for the next rep.  Davis says that 
this program will really up one's power.

During the third and fourth week of training, ten sets of maximum 
triple reps MTR are done with no rest other than the time it takes 
the lifter, or training partner, to remove just enough weight to 
accommodate three more continuous reps.  Continue on in the 
manner described until all ten sets of three reps are completed.  
On this two-day-per-week workout cycle, new muscular size will 
become very evident.

On the final weeks (five or six), ten sets of seven reps are 
suggested.  This should develop some very meaningful muscularity.  
Use the same training style and procedure as described for weeks 
one through four.

The Davis Set methodology lends itself quite well to the use of the 
master exercises which work the major muscle groups such as 
high-bar Olympic-style squats with heels on a block, back squats, 
low-angle bench press, close-grip barbell bent-over rowing, seated 
press behind neck, braced barbell curl, seated and/or lying EZ-bar 
French Press, and palms-up wrist curls.  For the minor muscle 
groups, master exercises such as leg curls, stiff-leg deadlifts and 
braced barbell reverse curls can be easily structured into the 
Davis Set concept.

Some strength coaches may argue that the Davis Set incorporates 
a fatigue factor (no rest between sets) into the size, power, and 
muscularity equation.  This may be true, but who is going to argue 
this point when such a great gain factor is so evident from doing 
the Davis Set?

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