Gymchat 158 : Heavy Duty - The Mentzer Legacy

See you there.

Quick reminder : in this week's Gymchat we'll be discussing the legacy of Mike Mentzer (and the many people he worked with), guided by Olympic athlete, Personal Trainer & Nutritionist Maik Wiedenbach. See you there.

Incidentally, if this is your first Gymchat, welcome. It's actually incredibly simple to take part.

The basic idea is to join us on Wednesday evening at 9pm Eastern (we go for an hour), on Google+ the above URL, and ask Maik any questions surrounding Mentzer's ideas. It'd also be great to hear a bit about your own training.

* If you'd like to learn a little more about Maik Wiedenbach and his own fitness career, there's a great interview in the March issue of World Physique magazine. Nice one.

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Find out what he's up to via Twitter, Google+, Facebook; and of course his online home. Enjoy.

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