Once Seth Feroce decided he was ready to compete in bodybuilding, he took the circuit by storm. He went from amateur to pro in one calendar year, then won his first pro show. He is intense about everything and a believer in Dorian Yates' Blood and Guts training.
He has tried most weightlifting protocols and floats through their rigors like a pirate ship, cannons a-blast. He changes programs on the regular and never settles for a bad workout. If he sucks, he changes instantly; an arms day can shift to legs if he so desires.
There is great freedom in his weightlifting. He makes choices and gets results.
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Winning The Guessing Game
He can plan all he wants, but Seth's body changes every day, so he changes with it. He warms up, goes nuts for a few sets, institutes dropsets, partials, negatives, and goes to failure. Constant change helps keep workouts fresh for the professional bodybuilder. He's completed enough workouts to understand what his body needs. "I've come to realize that how I feel is the most important part of training. If I am just not feeling it, I will move on and say it's just not working for me today."
Seth trains heavy—like any responsible man of muscle—5-6 days per week. He does cardio five times each week. A former chubby kid, the last thing he wants is to become a chubby adult.
All his efforts have put him right where he needs to be. "I just need to refine it and go through the maturity process," Feroce says. "I think in the next couple of years things will come together. Everyone says everything gets better with age in bodybuilding. I hope that's true."
To get better, Seth will continue his patterns of change. He'll use high volume, HIIT, Doggcrapp, FST-7, and Y3T. "There are a ton of them out there," Feroce says. "They all have their place and they all work to a certain extent. I have experimented with them all and I can say that they all did what they said they were going to do. Some are just more fun than others and we are drawn to them more. If you enjoy training one style more than others, then you probably will be biased to the others."
Seth's Training Regimen
Hany Rambod's FST-7 and Neil Hill's Y3T are two of Seth's favorites programs. He says FST-7 is incredible for lagging body parts and Y3T is great for a style switch and to see how far you can push your body in three weeks.
After 2-3 days of grueling work, he'll rest for one full day—but no more than that. "When training for a show, sadly, I tell everyone to kiss my ass," Feroce says. "I have shit to take care of."
Seth's Off-season Program
Day 3: Rest
Day 7: Rest
None of the training protocols will work without proper nutrition and supplementation, so check out Seth's other pages to see how he balances the big challenge of overall strength.