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buying the basic programm is perfect.

 

I've been on the programm for more than  3 years and still following the basic principles.

The gold option is in my opinion (i have it) not a must. the most important things are in the basic manual.

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Posted: 28 December 2007 at 23:28 | IP Logged Quote drederick_tatum

ive got the basic program and it motivated me enough to take a lot of the principles on board.
its by no means revolutionary, but it puts a lot of things into perspective and is well worth the cash. ive not even read the freebies  cos i havent needed to.
imo  buy what you can afford cos the guy has spent a lot of time putting the program together and id rather give my money to him than some scam artist. i know myself that it works, its so simple it has to!

and no, i am not working for, or affiliated to SHR in any way!!

(i would also reccomend visiting rossboxing.com)
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Hi everyone i'm new on this forum!

I'm going to start the spartan health regime but i just want to increase size & strenght since i am 1,82m and 62 kg :(

I was wondering if the basic rutines is too.. light? doing just 2 exercises might be too less. So i thaught to do some handstand pushup progression to boost the shoulders + chins + dips + abs.

I train 3 times a week volley so i don't have any problem for legs.

What do you think about doing that? Thanks

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I'm not on the SHR but my diet and training is influenced by it so I will give an opinion (feel free to discard it). I'm skinny as well, though I'm 12cm shorter then you and 2kg lighter then you.

Preamble over: If you are hitting your dips and chins hard with added weight for 5x5, you will be getting plenty of work done. If you so wish, add Military/Bench Presses and some type of row e.g. seated/bent over/one arm dumbell for a few more sets of 5-10 reps. That should do your upper body some good. Add in some ab, arm and posterior delt/rotator cuff work and you have a good upper body routine.

I know you do volleyball and you can't have permanently sore legs while playing but I'd still recommend you lift for the legs. a) because guys with huge upper bodies and chicken legs are just hilarious but b) because squats and deads are two of the best movements you can do for whole body development.

Twice a week for 3x10 for squats and once a week for 3x5 Deads will do you a world of good
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Hey all! I've been reading the thread for a while and decided to post for the
first time. I've been using the SHR for a while after my cousin lent me his
copy. I didn't take it that seriously at first, but now I'm starting to notice the difference in how I feel when I follow the Spartan ways as opposed to eating
my old way. Anyway, it's good to know that there are other Spartans out
there. If there are any other forums where Spartans are, please let me
know. Thank you.
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Loved the Diet section of this course!

The exercise section were overall pretty good BUT muscle building is mostly
weight lifting oriented.

To my knowledge-ancient Spartans didn't do barbells.

In the Human Weapon show -when they did the one on ancient Pankration-
a lot of ancient Greek exercises were shown- WAY COOL!
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Posted: 23 February 2008 at 23:31 | IP Logged Quote ah_dut

Who cares whether the spartans had barbells or not? They work, produce results and are reasonably priced (unless you're buying Ivanko or Eleiko equipment or something).
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Posted: 29 August 2008 at 00:43 | IP Logged Quote spartan wilkzy

hey guys

 

so i started the spartan regime a week ago. I started by doing the 5 day fruit fast thing, next week i'll be doing his rapid muscle gain program.

He says when you do the 5 day fruit thing you may feel under the weather, but i haven't really felt bad i've just had a runny nose.

Anyway i was telling my mum about the raw fish i was going to be eating. I don't know if anyone has tried his raw fish recipe but you buy some white fish fillets, squeeze some lemons and soak the fillets in the lemons overnight, which turns them white due to the enzymes in the lemon, you then drain it from the lemon, mix with coc**t cream and garlic and eat.

However my mum was dead against it, she said eating raw fish was dangerous. So my question is does Bovas method of preperation somehow make the raw fish safe to eat, or am i dicing with food poisening here?

Eating the spartan way is incredibly expensive, the raw goats milk, the organic food, the quantity needed (especially when you are looking to gain muscle). People question it, people think you are crazy, they say all the animal fat is bad for you and will clog up your arteries blah blah.

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