Quads Week 7

Week 7 introduces Dramatic Transformation Principle (DTP), a training technique that I developed. DTP allows you to obliterate a muscle group with only one or two exercises. It was very beneficial when I was training through injury, and I couldn’t perform a large variety of exercises for my target body part. What I learned was that this intensity technique could then be applied to any muscle group for (you guessed it) dramatic transformation. I now include it in virtually all of my Trainer programs, especially when I want to bring up a weakness. Check out the video to see how I use it to improve quads development. 


* You’ll perform 30 reps for your first set of squats, and then you’ll increase weight slightly for your next set, where you’ll perform 25 reps.

* You can use the rest-pause principle for DTP squats. Remember that rest-pause is a technique where you rack the weight, taking the action off your target muscle group for a few seconds. You’ll only use rest-pause when you’ve reached failure near the end of a set.

* Drink your IN-KAGED® during rests between DTP squats sets to keep yourself hydrated and to provide the nutrients that will help your hard work pay off. 





10 SETS / 30,25,20,15,10,10,15,20,25,30 REPS

Rest 3 minutes between each of these DTP sets.


TIP: Each of us has a different ratio of slow- to fast-twitch muscle fibers. Those who have more fast-twitch fibers grow better with heavy weights and fewer reps. Those who have more slow-twitch fibers grow better with higher reps. And yet we all have a mix of both types of fibers, so it’s crucial to train both types. That’s what DTP addresses.


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Check out my video for detailed tips on how to perform DTP for quads.

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