|Like all great champions, John Davis learned what worked best for him - and then trained with total and complete confidence to achieve his goals.|
Hail to the Dinosaurs!
Earlier this year - about six or seven months
ago - a longtime Dino here in Louisville
decided to go on a special training program
to build strength and muscle mass.
So he sat down with some of my books and
courses - and back issues of The Dinosaur
Files - and read through them very carefully.
He made careful notes, and started to put
together a list of things to try.
He also reviewed his training journals to
see what had worked best for him in the
And he studied everything he could find
about Doug Hepburn, reasoning that if
anyone knew how to build strength and
muscle mass, it was Doug Hepburn.
He ended up putting together a very good
It features four different workouts spread
over a period of 9 to 10 days - which gives
your body plenty of time to recover from
It includes plenty of things I teach in my
various books and courses - lots of tips
from Doug Hepburn - things he knew
from experience worked well for him -
and things that had worked well for
So he figured that the program would
In fact, he KNEW it would work.
So instead of wasting time searching
the Interwebs and looking for some-
thing better - and without posting it
in a forum or discussion group and
asking other people if they thought
it would work, he just knuckled down
and started doing it.
That's an example of positive thinking.
You study, plan, work things out - and
then you go for it - confident that it
will work for you.
And work it did.
Four months later he had gained 25
pounds of solid muscle.
Today, six or seven months later, he's
added another 5 pounds of muscle. So
he's gained a total of 30 pounds in
just about six or seven months.
I asked him to write up his workout to
share with other Dinos.
He did, and you can find it right here in
the November issue of The Dinosaur
Be sure to grab this issue - and check
out the program. It's a really good
strength and muscle builder.
And, as always, let me have your
thoughts and feedback about this
month's issue - and any updates on
your own training that you'd like to
share with the Dino Nation.
Yours in strength,