Dante Trudell has put more muscle on guys through his revolutionary DoggCrapp training than probably any other bodybuilding visionary since Arnold. Most don’t know about Dante or DC Training because DC Training is too demanding for most trainees.
Dante issued a warning that I took to heart many years ago. It’s a warning most will ignore until it’s too late. What did Dante say?
So what will all this hard work for the past 15 years allow me to do? I’m in my mid 30’s now so for the rest of my 30’s and thru my 40′ and 50’s i can pretty much walk around at 250lbs hard as a rock at a very low bodyfat percentage. Ive set myself up so that will be very very easy. I actually have to do much less than everything I do now (except cardio) to be there. Ill use guys in this forum for examples, Inhuman and massive G are both around 5’9″, 5’10” and are offseason 280 to 300. They have spent the time and food consumption and paid their dues to get there. Massive G I believe is mid 30’s and Inhuman is early 40’s I believe. Both these guys will be able to crank this down and enjoy walking around with full abs, hard as granite with veins everywhere at 240-260lbs.
They have set themselves up and paid their dues in their 20’s and 30’s to do that. You guys that are 35-45 years old who want this but weigh 175-210lbs are playing catchup and are so behind the race its sad.
My point of this post is to get guys in their early 20’s to think, to get guys who just blew 10 years of training who are in their 30’s to think, and to get guys who just blew 10-15 years of training who are in their 40’s to think….
You have to set yourself up early so you can be right where you want to be late.
Your mid-30s are physilogically far different from your late-20s and even your early 30s. The difference between 31 and 35 is only four years. But brother, those are a major 4 years. Use whatever energy you have now to create something worthwhile to sustain yourself into your 30s, 40s, and beyond.