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Dorian Yates on the differences between bodybuilding, weightlifting and powerlifting.
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  1. He makes a good point, they are very different but often bodybuilders are seen training using almost the same methods as power lifters, I never understand why bodybuilders bench press far better to do later raises, pec flyes and triceps extensions and use machines where possible to isolate the muscle further

  2. Powerlifting and Olympic weightlifting are two of the dumbest, most dangerous sports in existence. The whole premise is moving supremely heavy weighs, with momentum. Enjoy completely destroying your skeletal system, and joints by the time you're 40, or 50 years old. Walk around while you can kids. You won't listen….

  3. i feel like there is some kind of inconsistency, Dorian said he was so confident because he couldn't possibly work harder. He "knew nobody was outworking him", but then he also says he only worked out 45 minutes 4 days a week, that sounds inconsistent to me ….. Big fan of his however.

  4. Yates does say some pretty dumb things. Powerlifters and weightlifters need to "get the weight from A to B however they can" in the same way bodybuilders get their muscles as large as possible however they can. Implying bodybuilding is more mental than powerlifting or weightlifting is just dumb.

  5. Bodybuilding and powerlifting are two sides of the same coin. I want to be big like both, be ripped like a bodybuilder and have the strength of a powerlifter. Horseshoe triceps, lower biceps and inner pecs can be damned!

  6. Correct me if I am wrong but some have stated that if one goes to "rep max" on any given set that the CNS stress will be so high (and I am speaking especially about the exercises that cover a large muscle mass such as squat/deadlift etc.) that "sufficient loading" to acquire "hypertrophy" will difficult to reach because the CNS will be the "Achilles heel" or "limiter". In addition connective tissue (ligaments, tendons, and fascia ) will always "lag" behind muscle tissue.

  7. I workout at home 7 days week.I'm a full time home student with special needs.I'm a mentally challenged single middle aged man without kids.I'm both a homebody and introvert.Which one do you think are the home workouts for home bodies and why?

  8. It's ignorant to say "weightlifters just have to move the weight from A to B". It's much more complex than bodybuilding. They are just pumping, which is by far easier than any movement in any sport.

  9. We know today that powerlifting has its place in bodybuilding. Maximal effort training will grow the muscles differently. Both maximal effort and submaximal effort can be used to produce optimal results.

  10. There was nothing hard about Dorians routine. He says that you can't train hard with high intensity for a long period of time. That's bullshit because I train two and a half hours a day six days a week, hardcore, without any bodybuilding drugs. These bodybuilders wouldn't last five minutes in the gym training with me. If he had spent the rest of the week working on his weak points he would have had a better physique.


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