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The
Elimination
Experiment


Introduction



This
manual
was
designed
to
be
the
answer
to
the
question
“How
does
Brad
Pilon
workout?”


It’s
an
odd
question,
and
one
that
I
never
really
thought
people
would
ever
ask.
But,
as
Eat

Stop
Eat
started
to
grow
in
popularity,
more
and
more
people
became
curious
about
how
I

workout.


Special
Note:
I
use
the
words
“train”
and
“workout”
interchangeably,
so
if
you
see
the
word

“train”
in
the
following
pages
it
really
just
means
“workout”



So,
to
answer
this
question
as
honestly
as
I
can
‐
I
train
as
effectively
(and
as
little)
as
possible.

Now,
before
you
start
asking
me
questions
about
Mike
Mentzer
or
Dorian
Yates
let
me
be

upfront
with
you
–
This
has
nothing
to
do
with
High
Intensity
Training,
Heavy
Duty
Training,

Doggcrapp
Training
or
any
of
that
other
stuff.

It’s
simply
an
effort
to
train
as
wisely
as

possible.

Wisdom
is
the
combination
of
age
and
experience.
It
is
the
knowledge
needed
to
live
a
good

life.

And,
in
my
opinion
wisdom
is
what
separates
people
who
go
to
the
gym
to
get
results

from
those
who
go
to
the
gym
simply
for
the
sake
of
going
to
the
gym.

I
have
made
a
conscious
decision
not
to
live
my
life
chained
to
the
gym,
or
to
a
consistent

obsessive‐compulsive
urge
to
workout
simply
for
the
sake
of
working
out.

I
WILL
NOT
get
pulled
into
the
latest
‘how
I
should
train’
fad,
or
the
latest
exercise
that
I

‘absolutely
must
try’.


To
put
it
bluntly,
my
days
of
being
an
exercise
groupie
are
over.

Just
as
I
have
said
NO
to
Obsessive
Compulsive
Eating,
I
have
also
said
NO
to
Obsessive

Compulsive
Exercising.

To
be
honest,
it
took
me
a
long
time
to
come
to
this
decision.

If
you
are
anything
like
me,
then
your
‘fitness
life’
has
probably
undergone
the
following

evolution.

You
started
off
as
a
rookie
(just
like
me),
clueless
to
what
you
were
supposed
to
do
in
the
gym

and
believing
anything
that
anyone
told
you.

Then,
you
went
on‐line,
read
books,
asked

experts
and
became
an
intelligent
trainer.
You
were
the
equivalent
of
a
teenager…when
it

came
to
working
out…you
knew
‘Everything’.




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