The Training Methods of Vince Gironda

Don Peters Alternate Calf Heel Raise

Don Peters Alternate Calf Heel Raise

This exercise calls for weight belt with a heavy dumbbell hung between the legs, and a 3-1/2 inch to 4 inch calf block.

Vince Gironda Frog Sit Ups

Vince Gironda Frog Sit Ups

Lie flat on your back and draw heels up under hips wide and out to sides like a frog. Now place hands with BarBell Plate behind the head.

Curl head down with chin to chest and shoulders rounding forward and body curling up until only small of back remains on the floor or table.

Remember, this is a roll up type of movement and not a stiff back set up.

Never do any more sets and reps on abdominal work than you would any other muscle you wish to develop.

Abdominal work does not reduce. Only nutrition and a workout with a minimum of rest between sets can reduce.

Larry Scott Fingertip Push Ups

Larry Scott Fingertip Push Ups

Try to do 3 sets of 10 to 15 reps. Push ups don't actually work the fingers but they will give you something to concentrate on while stressing the fingers.

Also the strain of doing push ups will further tire the fingers.

Taken from the Larry Scott Massive Forearms course.

Larry Scott On How Vince Gronda Trains

Larry Scott CoursesVince Gironda believes in rapid training with almost no rest between sets.

He trains five days a week, working the upper body three days and the legs two days.

Vince changes his exercises frequently. He prefers one good exercise for each muscle and does 8 sets of 8 reps in as short a time as possible.

He eats no carbohydrates, consuming only high quality protein and fat. He is an extensive user of supplements. He usually eats only twice a day.

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Cardio and Bodybuilding Mass

Vince Gironda was so anti-cardio, that he would literally remove you from his gym if he even heard the word "running" mentioned. No joke!

At that time, running was just becoming popular, and to Vince this was simply unthinkable for someone wanting to burn off fat and build muscle at the same time.

There are many today that would echo Vince’s sentiments...more than you may believe.

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