DYHIT style training
In connection with Mike Mentzer's training system
Dorian Yates High Intensity Training
HIT or High-Intensity Training method that emphasizes on fewer reps and maximum effort.
Dorian Yates was greatly influenced by Mike Mentzer’s HIT training method and started following it from his early days in bodybuilding. His training philosophy involves doing different exercises for each body part with maximum intensity for only one set to failure, excluding warm up sets.
Blood and Guts, videos by Dorian Yates
Yates follows a working split of four days and advises that moderate cardio should be done 2-3 times a week for 20-25 minutes on non-training days. He stresses that cardio should not be done immediately after a workout because doing this reduces muscle gains. borntoworkout.com
"They called me "The Shadow" because I would remain in the 'Dungeon', taking notes and making adjustments and then I would show up when it was time to compete and as you now know, this process is how I won SIX CONSECUTIVE Mr. Olympia titles."
6 time Mr.Olympia