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Shane Raymond Fitness 360: Training

Shane Raymond’s training is military-grade. Try his workout program and transform your physique!

Shane Raymond is an athlete and soldier, and his training is military-grade. Follow his intense training regimen and see if you have the strength to survive. You'll have to give the workouts everything you've got, or we guarantee you'll get whipped.

Shane Raymond

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Shane's Training Philosophy ///

"As a bodybuilder, I don't look at training as just bodybuilding exercises," Shane says. "I incorporate many training methods such as powerlifting, high-volume training, and pre-exhaust on a weekly rotational basis.

"Each week of my training is different and I believe you need a variety of different training methods to build an all-round, thick, dense physique." Shane typically follows a two-days-on, one-day-off training split.

Shane's Training Regimen ///
Day 1: Chest/Biceps
Day 2: Quads/Hamstrings/Calves
Day 3: Rest
Day 4: Shoulders/Abs
Day 5: Back/Triceps
  • Barbell Deadlift Barbell Deadlift

    Barbell Deadlift (or other compound back exercises)

    10 sets of 10, with 70 percent 1RM; 60-second rest
  • Triceps Exercise Triceps Exercise

    Triceps Exercise

    6 sets, 15 reps; 60-second rest

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No lats ?!!

Feb 6, 2013 2:33am | report

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I like that kind of workout, doing high volume and strengh. I usally do this. 1 week for 6-8 reps, 1 for 8-15 reps. Or just up the weight. Nice thing ! Really great shape and great job, I wihs you succes !

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I'm curious, how did he gain so much width in his back with just deadlift? I realize it is a great back workout, but as I've understood it, it is mainly for strength purposes and I can't see it working your upper lats so much and widening them.

Feb 6, 2013 10:13am | report

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I am with ^^^ above the hell does he have that back from a back routine of 10 sets of deadlifts? Also, is my metabolic rate just that fuct to where some of these people get away with doing zero cardio? Amazing physique on Shane, but ******* it...

Feb 6, 2013 2:09pm | report

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I'm pretty sure he's just showing a sample workout for two of the different training method he uses. In the video he says he mixes up volume training with strength and more traditional training. The chest exercise is more of a standard routine whereas the back routine is a GVT workout. He switches it up from week to week or month to month.

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Excellent article.

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