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Posted by likemetodo (2090 days ago)
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Posted by Djuro93 (2161 days ago)
How many reps to do?
Posted by AdamWW (2167 days ago)
I'm sorry but fs Kai poked me in the butt cheeks i'd
Posted by cgrattlesnake (2219 days ago)
Posted by TheBiggestPhill (2226 days ago)
@joshuadelapenha chucks/airwalks/thin flat sole
Posted by joshuadelapenha (2237 days ago)
Hey does anyone know what type of shoes they have? They
look like wrestling shoes.
Posted by darin78 (2239 days ago)
The dude is just a flat out beast
Posted by beekhoot (2260 days ago)
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Posted by blitzkriege1492 (2278 days ago)
Those squats look soo difficult, and any squats to
begin with are a pain in the ass lol.
Posted by Cuzsimonsays (2290 days ago)
Man those jefferson squats look nice i cant wait to
give them a try
Posted by Big Boy Brown (2290 days ago)
Work young man work I hope he don't poop out before the
end.....! A true master at his craft.....there is a
reason this man placed third at the Big O show.....He
will have his era...and its coming soon. VIVA LA KAII!
Posted by toni208 (2292 days ago)
kai makes me train harder! wish he made motivational
audio to listen to at the gym.
Posted by Lex29us (2294 days ago)
Dude looked gased on the stair master. Kai is
definately the cerebral assassin. His movements key in
on theuscle at hand and you can tell than unless you're
used to that kind of workout, you're going to be
feeling it right from the start. I hope dude can
finish the workout.
Posted by Conduit (2296 days ago)
did Kia just poke him in the
Posted by elsellel (2296 days ago)
Training with Kai is on a whole different level. Each
one of these big dudes are getting their asses kicked
by Kai's intensity and forced mind/muscle
concentration. The cop was able to keep up until his
wrist strength gave out (happened on my last back
workout... it's a bitch when it happens and there
aren't straps around) but it's a grimacing experience
watching the other two dudes in this series go through

Time to reevaluate your conditioning and
actual level of fitness bros. Like the cop said, "Be
prepared." when you jump into Kai's arena.
Posted by jack211 (2296 days ago)
so smart how he is able to work any muscle so much more
from just thinking about he makes it look easy i have
tried and it is not

well done kai at the
olympia :)
Posted by ClerisyBrah (2296 days ago)
dat ass (no homo)
Posted by deloachrd (2296 days ago)
These series are awesome. I like this training with
Nick because he is one of the up coming bodybuilders.
It's great to watch Kai because during these videos I
have been able to learn some new routines and
understand the importance of the squeeze in my
workouts, especially with glutes and hips.
Posted by mike pulcinella (2297 days ago)
One week. We post every Monday.
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Kai Greene fans have been clamoring for more from documentarian Mike Pulcinella after the breakthrough success of previous series Overkill and Redemption, and he delivers again but this time with a different spin. In lieu of competing at the 2011 Arnold, Kai instead chose to re-charge, while at the same time connecting with a select group of fans in a more direct, and eye-opening way. In a rare opportunity to mentor and train with a world-class bodybuilder, 4 willing participants eagerly become the iron orchestra, preparing to perform the magnum opus of Kai's symphony of shred.

 Viewing Episode #5
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Train With Kai: "Okay. What's Next?"
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Added: October 3, 2011
It's time to find out how an experienced super heavyweight competitor handles a full-scale leg assailment a la Kai, shot at the storied Bev Francis Powerhouse Gym nonetheless. Big guys training legs at the East Coast Mecca? This calculated arrangement seems only natural, ideal for capturing that signature flavor at the mid-point of the series. The candidate is rising NPC contender Nick Trigili, whose been making waves of his own with a 6th place finish at the 2011 Jr. Nationals, ready to take on more. During a typical engaging warm up, Kai recommends using this time not only as a precursor to physical activity, but to prepare the mind to work concurrently. Nick imbibes the wisdom, having learned the ropes on his own without the aid of an experienced mentor. Again, things begin with an unconventional but versatile move; this time it's Jefferson Squats, pinpointing the multiple areas of contraction. Those familiar with the previous series will recognize the next beast - the glute/ham press on the leg curl, where Kai takes the opportunity to rectify Nick's focus, gauging his fortitude for the bulk of the workout.
Channels: Leg Training  IFBB Pros 
Tags: Kai  Greene  IFBB  Pros  MuscleMeds  Nick  Trigili  NPC  advanced  leg  glutes  hamstring  training 

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