Cybergenics Training Routine
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Cybergenics Total Bodybuilding System Workout
In the 1980's bodybuilding supplements really started to develop into more than just the protein power, amino acid capsules, liver tablets and vitamins that were available up until that point.
With more and more gyms popping up, and top action stars such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, Jean-Claude Van Damme all having big and ripped muscles many people started working out and looking for the most effective workout routines and supplements.
At this time a man named Scott Chinery started a company called L&S Research and released the Cybergenics 60 Day Total Bodybuilding System. This kit included seven different supplements; a workout and diet manual and a VHS tape video showing how to do the workout.
There are some that believe the supplements were really worthless and there are some that say they have never tried anything that has worked better before or since, so that part of the system remains controversial.
But almost everyone agrees the workout was brutal and produced amazing results in size and strength for anyone that was able to stick with it.
I don't have my little blue Cybernetics manual anymore, I think it got tossed out with my old music cassette tapes and VHS movies, but I do remember the basic principles that went into the routine.
It was a six day a week routine, you split the body into three parts and trained each twice a week.
On Mondays and Thursdays you would train Legs and Abdominals.
On Tuesdays and Fridays you would train Chest and Back.
On Wednesdays and Saturdays you would train Shoulders, Biceps and Triceps.
On Sundays you would rest.
The workouts would involve taking sets to positive failure where you can no longer raise the bar no matter how hard you try.
And for most exercises you would go on to negative failure, where your training partner lifts the weight up for you and you lower it down slowly, when you can no longer lower the bar slow and under control you have reached negative failure.
You would also do drop sets which means after you have reached positive and negative failure, you take off some weight and immediately go again to failure.
The Cybergeincs workout routine for shoulders was:
Shoulder press to positive and negative failure
take off 50 percent of the weight and again go to positive and negative failure
take off another 50 percent of the weight and again go to positive and negative failure
Dumbbell lateral raise to positive and negative failure
take of 50 percent of the weight and again go to positive and negative failure.
You would then rest while your training partner goes through the above cycle.
You would then repeat this cycle 2 to 4 more times.
Like I said it is brutal!
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