Dorian Yates Temple Gym
Dorian Yates Temple Gym http://youtu.be/8IImU3gVfG0 ☆ Dorian Andrew Mientjez Yates (born 19 April 1962) is an English professional bodybuilder. He won the Mr. Olympia title six consecutive times from 1992 and holds the fourth-highest number of Mr. Olympia awards of all time, ranking behind Ronnie Coleman (8), Lee Haney (8), and Arnold Schwarzenegger (7) respectively. He is widely considered one of the top athletes in modern bodybuilding history. Yates' professional record consists of 15 major contest wins and two second-place finishes. His career ended in large part due to chronic acute injuries, including a torn biceps and triceps, the latter just three weeks prior to his final contest, the 1997 Mr. Olympia contest, which he won in spite of the injury. Yates espoused a style of training known as HIT "High Intensity Training," which states that maximum muscle stimulation can be reached through short, high-intensity workout sessions rather than long duration workouts. The training style was originally popularized by Mike Mentzer. Yates earned the nickname of "The Shadow" for his tendency unexpectedly to appear at major bodybuilding contests and win, despite having remained out of the public eye for long periods beforehand. He was reported to have turned down several large supplement endorsement contracts and avoided interviews and other television publicity in order to maintain privacy.