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  • you know, one of the things I realized when I was talking to Dorian is that as incredible as he was a champion, he was also incredibly knowledgeable, and I know to this day he trains a lot of athletes.

  • But his knowledge of the body of the stress systems of the nutrition of the recovery protocols was incredible.

  • When we dove deep into it and you know he would tell me he said, Brian, you don't understand.

  • There was no Internet back then.

  • I had no coach.

  • All I had was my own experimentation, my own logbooks and maybe a couple magazines or a past around black and White book.

  • You know that I that I might have.

  • And now I'm thinking about your era Li.

  • You know, eight years earlier, you might have it must have had even less.

  • And I know you didn't have a coach.

  • Can you walk through some of the young guys these days as to what it was like back then, having Thio discover it for yourself and actually really create the science yourself?

  • Yes.

  • You know, it was during the era in which there was very little information out there, you know, you had your magazines, like most of the fitness.

  • Then you had Iron Man.

  • You had muscle training, Illustrated, Uh, very, very few.

  • And during that time, the magazines mainly consisted of training and nutrition.

  • It wasn't as commercialized as you see them now.

  • So it was all about riel.

  • Good quality and knowledge.

  • And then the other thing, that was very good.

  • I know.

  • Growing up in my hometown, you would find some of the older guys in the gym and they would share a few different training principles.

  • Okay, You want to do that?

  • You don't want to do this.

  • Okay?

  • That's too much weight you're using.

  • So those kinds off tips and principles that was handed down through the generations helped me to become the person that I am today.

  • It's so is my knowledge of training knowledge of nutrition mean that age of 11 years old?

  • I asked my parents for a set of weights, you know, for Christmas.

  • And they got him for me.

  • And from inside of that little, uh, package of waste, there was a Charles Atlas book that had the basic principles of training maybe one exercise per body part that the foundational exercises and from those foundational exercises, everything else group.

  • But I stayed true to the principles that I had read there, which also matched up to the principles that was being given to me by some of the other senior, uh, weightlifters that I met at the Y M.

  • C.

  • A.

  • I met at some of the other gyms of, such as Norway's Fitness Centers and those kinds of things during that era.

  • And then when I read in the magazine, you know, programs handed down by Robbie Robertson, Arnold Schwarzenegger.

  • You know, Pete Gronkowski, Alba Beckles, which is from Great Britain.

  • And, you know, Roy Calendar.

  • A lot of the different guys, Franco Columbo, who created these programs and there, and they were true to the science of it.

  • It wasn't any craziness, and you didn't see what it's called coaches helping you.

  • These were guys who trained together.

  • They had training partners, and so I implemented the tools of what I had learned from looking into and studying their exercise routines and so forth.

  • And I ended my first body.

  • But in show when I was 16 years old, did very well didn't win in place, but I was told by the judge, you got a lot of great potential and I continue to follow those principles.

  • I learned as much as I could about nutrition through reading the magazines.

  • I mean, I grew up in the country where, you know, sweet potatoes and yams with the mainstay.

  • So it was pinto beans.

  • So was coin.

  • So it was chicken.

  • So it was eggs.

  • So all of the good quality nutrients were there from day one, just for my from growing up where I'm from.

  • And so, by implementing the training principles, good, basic nutritional principles, I was able to imitate what I had read about in my physique, continued to grow and get better and better.

  • So by the time I was 18, I ended my first our regional show, which let's back up.

  • When I was 16, I ended my first show, Mr South Carolina, then place because I mentioned earlier, but I did very well.

  • A couple of years later, I entered the Mr Palmetto won the show.

  • In the age of 18, I'd beat guys who was in a thirties and they're in their forties, and then I went on to win the missile south on again at age 18.

  • So because of having great information because of following very good nutritional guidelines, I was able to super exceed guys who was older than me because of my willingness off my my desire to follow the science that had been handed down to me by some of the legends of bodybuilding.

  • So you were eating whole foods back in the day before it became a thing.

  • And the whole market place you go to back in the day.

  • That's what you grew up on, being in the country exactly.

  • I mean, that's the way we ate.

  • You know, My grandpa had had cows, he had pigs, he had chickens and all of that.

  • So my food was organic and grown rep from the land.

  • And, you know, nothing's changed as far as that's concerned.

  • You know, we don't say protein, carbohydrates, fats.

  • And now they say, micro the macro.

  • It's the same thing.

  • The models, the models.

  • They just changed the name a little bit, and that's basically it.

  • And no, we didn't have cultures.

  • They need cultures.

  • We had training partners, you know, we say, Okay, man, you look a little bit flat today, you know.

  • So you need to increase your carved a bit.

  • So we knew what carbs.

  • Carbohydrates of the life force off the physique to get a nice punk protein was there to repair cell and tissue and be a good quality muscle.

  • If you have more protein and not carbohydrates, then you're not going to fill out and develop as you should.

  • So it's gotta be a happy medium there.

  • So the science of writing down keep it.

  • Uh, we had this little tablet.

  • What?

  • We would write down what we ate in the course of a day.

  • Breakfast, lunch, dinner.

  • You know how many grams approaching and how many grams of carbohydrates.

  • So that as we look better, we were able to go back and and figure out why we were looking better.

  • If we looked a bit flat, we could go back scientifically and say, Oh, man, look, I've only had 100 ground.

  • The calls.

  • I feel a bit sluggers.

  • So guess what?

  • I need to increase my call by hydrating day.

  • Oh, man, I didn't have a e.

  • I don't wanna have five glasses of water today.

  • I need to go back and add more water.

  • So we we expiry minute wealth nutrition.

  • We have spirit minute with training, not just training the nutrition just pull out of the sky but by the guidelines that have been handed down by those before us.

  • I didn't make Lee hated not by myself neither the during make during by himself.

  • But we then.

  • But we did have to find out what works good and our bodies individually.

  • What made us feel good?

  • What?

  • What allowed us to grow better and recover better?

  • Those are things that only you individually can know through nutrition.

  • Nobody.

  • Bam bam!

  • That's what you need 100% because they don't know because they're not in your body.

  • You're in your own body.

you know, one of the things I realized when I was talking to Dorian is that as incredible as he was a champion, he was also incredibly knowledgeable, and I know to this day he trains a lot of athletes.

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TRAINING & NUTRITION ?: How Tips & Advice Through Generations Helped Me Back In The Day - Lee Haney

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