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    Ricky Netcop is offline Senior Member
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    Default Diet & Aerobics

    I'm new here (Downloaded "Power to the People" last night). What role can Diet and aerobics (Sprints, treadmill, etc.) play in this program? I've read Pavel's articles in Muscle Media, and the article on Volume training (It seems there's a difference in that article and what Pavel teaches), but it seems to me that the "Power to the People" routine can put on fat because of the short time to workout, and the breaks between sets. Can anyone share any of their experiences with me? Thanks.

    Rick

    PS. Does Pavel have a new e-mail address? The one he has on this site keeps getting returned with a "Mailer-Daemon" message.

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    Andy2 is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: Diet & Aerobics

    The PTP won't put on fat- food will. PTP will build dense muscle that will burn more energy than the way it was before even though the size may stay the same. Diet and aerobics will do the same thing to this as it would to any other workout program- make it faster. Get the Natural Hormonal Enhancement book off of this site. For the record I like Bill Philips' "aerobic solution" which makes doing them a lot less boring and his cycle of weights one day and aerobics the next is in line with your body's fat burning/muscle building hormones which probably explains why his mag is so popular (lots of people getting good results) but his diet is ... just read the NHE book.

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    evin is offline Junior Member
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    Default Re: Re: Diet & Aerobics

    In NHE, Faigan says that the best fat burning exercise is high intensity weight training.
    But since PTP is not really meant to get your heart rate up, doing the KB program would
    be perfect, since you do alot of the snatches and cleans.

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    Default Re: Diet & Aerobics

    Com. Ricky, welcome to the Party! Certainly do cardio; it simply is not PTP's focus. You may employ the PTP techniques within my MM routines. Btw, Vince Andrich of the EAS has gone up from 198 to 212 on my program from the EAS SSR.

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    Ricky Netcop is offline Senior Member
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    Default It's a good article

    Andrich's article is good, but he really only scratches the surface of what that program is about. It seems to me that the volume training he talks about is different than PTP because he wants you to do 12 reps. PTP says to do 5 reps. Plus, he never gives you any sample TOTAL routine, which would have helped.

    Rick

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