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    soopd is offline Junior Member
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    I would like to do this routine. Can I substitue military press for bench press?

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    Not the same routine if you substitute like that

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    Military presses put way too much of a strain on your lower back, abs, etc, and these muscle groups and bone structures are already taxed very hard by deadlifting. I will start an incline bench presses and sumo deadlifts DeLorme cycle the next Wednesday, and I will post the results at the end of the cycle. But I advise no one to free style it until they go through the original at least once to understand what this cycle is all about.

    My own, personal opinion is to do the cycle to the letter (pay extra care to the BP form and apply what those paragraphs teach you while you are under the bar), introductory microcycle and all, and restrain from adding any personal touch at first. It is extremely well designed, and I think there is a lot of solid sports science behind it, and all it is required from you it is the discipline to apply it.

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    Great to hear! Com. Red Boar, please post your BB review on Beyond Bodybuilding Muscle and Strength Training Secrets for The Renaissance Man by Pavel.

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    Can I ask you Red Boar, this program and its two exercises, what sort of development did it give? I've never done a program like this before. Does the meat go on equally all over?

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    Quote Originally Posted by soopd View Post
    I would like to do this routine. Can I substitue military press for bench press?
    Supine bench press, BP, puts on the most muscle. Especially if you push from your lats.

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    I see it is advised to follow this program to a T.

    However, I wonder what the affect would be if the rem scheme is changed from 5 x 10RM to 3 x 8RM or even 1 x 5-6 RM.

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    To quote 'Beyond Bodybuilding' on this Delorme Method: Russian sports science is crystal clear...volume makes lasting changes in the muscles...here is one of the most efficient ways to crank up the volume.

    You're proposing reducing the volume by 40% - 80%. It's a hypertrophy protocol. Red Boar has reported a staggering 11 kg mass gain; why change anything until you've first tried it?

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    Have been thinking about trying this one out for a while, sometime enxt eyar when I can get regular access to a barbell I will do. Thanks for the feedback Red Boar, and may I ask is it ok to do sumo deads or does the program ask for conventional only?

    I too would like to know if you got meat all over, especially the thights quads)? If you did then doing this and then some PTTP work for 12 weeks rortated with 12 weeks of ROP sounds perfect.

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    Congrats to Comrade Red Boar! Those are awesome results.

    I want to put this out there for others wanting to try this based on his results. From reading prior posts of his and checking his log (which is old) I made an observation - He is very strong and pretty damn big already. I suspect the weights he handled in this were probably fairly heavy. lol Some might be best served by building up an overall base of strength before embarking on a pure hypertrophy program.

    Maybe the man himself can weigh in on this thought?

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