Steve Davis Foundations of Training


This book has been carefully researched and scientifically designed for the beginning and intermediate body builder in search of the New Breed of physique.

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  • This book has been carefully researched and scientifically designed for the beginning and intermediate body builder in search of the New Breed of physique.

    The theories enclosed between these covers are the result of many years of trial and error.

    Follow the tenets in these chapters and you will build the foundations of a physique of perfectly proportioned symmetry combined with total muscularity; in essence, the New Breed of body aimed at 21st century standards.

    Learn to know your body and its needs. Make exercise a “habit” that nets you a healthier mind and body. The body will then become the temple of your mind.


    • Laying the Foundations of a Symmetrical Physique

    • What Equipment is Really Necessary?

    • Mental Attitude – The Training Imperative

    • What is Your “T.E.R.”?

    • Anatomical Analysis – The Lower Body

    • Anatomical Analysis – The Upper Body

    • Starting the Program

    • The Pectorals

    • The Serratus Magnus and Ribcage

    • The Lats

    • The Deltoids

    • The Triceps

    • The Biceps

    • The Forearms

    • The Master Program

    • Level I Beginning Stage

    • Level II Intermediate Stage

    • Level III Advanced – Intermediate Stage

    • How Much is Enough?

    • Weight Gaining Techniques

    • The Famous Master Diets

    • The Master Diet: Level One

    • The Master Definition Diet: Level Two

    • Pre-Contest Diet: Level Three

    • Total Supplementation Guide

    • New Breed Supplements for Growth and Muscularity

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    1. Anonymous

      I don’t understand why you reccommend 50g of protein six times a day if we are supposed to consume only half of our weight in grams. For example, I weight 220 lb. That means that I cannot eat more than 100 gr of protein a day. That’s about two 5 ounces steaks and about 5 or 6 eggs. 50g of protein six times a day is 300 g. Don’t you think that my liver is going to suffer for that? Thanks.

    2. TheManFromtaco

      #1, when did Vince Gironda ever say we are supposed to consume half our weight in grams?

      It’s commonly known in bodybuilding that you should consume about a gram to a gram and a half of protein per pound of bodyweight per day for muscle growth.

      Who says high levels of protein are bad for the liver? That idea has been debunked.

    3. J H Jr

      That’s not quite true, #2.
      When consuming that much protein, you must reserve one day a week for consuming carbs only, or you’ll come into “protein poisoning”. People who live out in the woods and try to live on rabbit alone get this. The liver is toxified. One day of carbs only will de-toxify the liver sufficiently. Vince’s advice.

    4. TheManFromTaco

      #3, rabbit meat is very lean, so of course there would be nutritional deficiency if somebody only ate rabbit. Protein should be consumed with sufficient fat.

      As for a whole day of carbs, I don’t believe that’s what Vince recommended. When doing the maximum definition diet of proteins and fats, he recommended one carb meal every three to four days. That’s just one *meal* of carbs, not consuming carbs for every meal that *whole day*. And it’s not for detox, it’s for replenishing glycogen stores, because without that, you will start to lose cuts and definition. Vince’s detox routine was different; it involved several days of vegetables with no meat.

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