We treat it today as a training protocol, rather than a technique.
Here we deal with Doggcrapp training, a high intensity low volume training protocol created by Mr. Dante Trudel.
Listed below are the main points of this training method:
1 - Heavy and progressive loads
This is the cornerstone of this method, push up, push up, push up until we reach a stalemate, and at that point, we simply replace the load with another.
The progressive loading (and the force that they need) is the key to increasing muscle mass.
2 - High-frequency, low volume
Doggcrapp training involves low-volume multi-frequency workouts (unlike classic multi-frequency routines that rarely use muscle failure), "demolishing" 1 muscle region 2 times per week (at least) though I base my philosophy on this, I train more and get greater muscle gains.
3 - Rest breaks
This protocol provides three rest breaks for 1 exercise per muscle group (it is referred to as a very big mechanical as well as neural stress) separated by 15 minutes of recovery time; the series in which you decide to apply the rest pauses is only one, preceded by a different series of warm-up exercises (not specified)
4 - Eccentric lengths (between 6 and 10 minutes)
In reality, this feature is often avoided because to be able to carry it out, you have to use a fairly light weight, therefore it isn't effective within rest breaks (particularly on multi-joints) ... let's just say that I find it slightly paradoxical. My advice in this case is to exploit critical points and above all, only on single joints e.g. dumbbell curls.
5 - Stretching in abundance
6 - Bulking (in muscle mass phase)
Having a large amount of calories available enables you to take full advantage of the anabolic phase when training.