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Old 08-12-2003, 08:15 AM
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In this month's article on "Was Hippocrates hardcore?", I spotted the Zane blitz. I am curious. It seems even more hardcore than the Austrian blitz. How would both of them differ?
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Hey, Teletummy! [img]/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

The Austrian Blitz is a 1.5-2 hour hardcore session where you bombard a body part with one exercise.

The Zane Blitz is hitting every aspect of a muscle by utilizing numerous varieties of exercises. There will be a total of ten days that you train this muscle group.

President Wilson gives an outline in the article:

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1. Choose specified body part
2. On Day One Train the muscle with a total of 25 sets
3. On Day Two Train the muscle with a total of 15 sets
4. On Day Three Train the muscle with a total of 10 sets
5. Rest On Day Four, you know the drill - Catch up with past issues of Hyperplasia Magazine
6. On Day Five Train the muscle with a total of 25 sets
7. On Day Six Train the muscle with a total of 4 sets
8. Rest Two Days
9. Repeat Seven Day Cycle Once More


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Hi tuf! [img]/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] Yeah, I read it and it seems more intense than Austrian and I wondered if it could spur greater growth than the Austrian blitz. I suppose the Zane's more complete, ie. target a greater range of muscle groups cos of the range of motions. I was wondering about the DOMS too cos most of the time we're advised to train 1 body part once a week. I'm wondering if there's any repercussions as well while I'm keen to try it.
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I am willing to bet you will be more sore.

The first session calls for 25 sets. If you've never done high volume, you're in for DOMS!

I just did it for calves and it was great! After a few days the soreness isn't nearly as bad. The rest day comes just in time though! [img]/forum/images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img]
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I just did it for calves and it was great!

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Would this be another shock to save for bulking?
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I just did it for calves and it was great! After a few days the soreness isn't nearly as bad.

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I did it for guns. [img]/forum/images/graemlins/shocked.gif[/img]
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