14 Day Hybrid Mass Program Explained

Under Burn Fat/Fat Burning, Exercises To Build Muscle, Muscle Workout Videos

Here is a quick video that shares some more info and answers many questions about my new Hybrid Muscle Publishing book 14-Day Hybrid Mass Building.

The picture below is taken directly from our 14-Day Hybrid Mass manual.  On this page Dennis Weis (the author) describes the methodology of Anabolic Burst Cycling used in the program.


In this image you’ll notice the type of training associated with the “over feeding” portion of the anabolic cycle.

Hey, if you have any further questions about gaining mass or The 14-Day Hybrid Mass system just post below!

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  1. dylon
    April 27, 2011
    3:42 am

    heyy what if for the under feeding you go 0 carbs… you can deplete glycogen, then fill it up for over feeding.

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    leanhybr Reply:

    thats very similar to how RELOADED works!

    im not sure if it would be the best approach for
    mass gaining.

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  2. James
    April 27, 2011
    7:12 am

    Elliot… I used to eat cereal before bed too! I definately need to buy LHReloaded to take my training to the next level :)

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    leanhybr Reply:

    yea, cereal and milk before bed is a recipe for
    extreme fatness LOL

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  3. KurtJJ
    April 27, 2011
    8:50 am

    For the first 14 days, your calorie count is your lean body mass times 15? For some reason that doesnt sound like a whole lot for a period of significant over feeding :S

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    leanhybr Reply:

    you know… i thought the same thing!

    i have always told people to use x 20, but Dennis suggests
    x15 in the manual (and hes being training A LOT longer than me).

    i really should try out those metrics and see what type
    of results I get.

    thanks for contributing Kurt

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  4. dylon
    April 27, 2011
    2:14 pm

    do u lose fat on underfeeddays ?

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    leanhybr Reply:

    yes, thats the point (you asked on facebook too, right?)

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    dylon Reply:

    Yeah man = D

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  5. Aaron
    April 27, 2011
    3:32 pm

    Yo Elliot. I came across this bulking method a while ago. I have it here in detail on my computer. Right now i’m 4 weeks into a 8 week bulking program using Somanabolic principles. There working great by the way. But as i like to do a lot of experimenting on myself i’ll be tring the 2 week on 2 week off approach that you are talking about once i finish my current training cycle. One thing i did notice is the 20% fat 40% pro 40% carb ratios that your guy uses for the cutting 2 weeks the Somanabolic program uses (for my body type) for the bulking phase (although with a lot more calories; 3800). it all looks good to me though. Love all the pieces you guys put up. And hey Elliot you look like you are cutting up a bit yourself, you look leaner and leaner in all the clips i’ve been watching fro the last few weeks.
    Good luck to you and all yours
    Aaron

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    leanhybr Reply:

    Yea! Kyle’s program is pretty badass and unique.

    It sounds like your getting some solid results too, keep
    up the great work Aaron!

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  6. Gianni
    April 27, 2011
    3:55 pm

    Yo Elliot,
    This seems kinda similar to hayward & delmontes 21 fast mass. I’m interested in this too as I have all your books so far, is it much different? Also its just not possible to eat 6 solid meals a day (I work,shifts, have a boss etc), Does this allow for protein shakes?
    Thanks for your time – G!

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    leanhybr Reply:

    Similar idea but I think there programs were based off this author’s original theory. We didn’t create this, we are just publishing the work of a trusted friend that has been a writer and researcher in the fitness industry for 35+ years. He hasbeen working on this what seems like forever, because this concept was originally discovered a coupled decades ago.

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  7. Graham
    April 27, 2011
    7:47 pm

    Yo Elliot,

    First, thanks so much for all that you do and sell!
    Secondly, Im only 155 lbs, but very athletic with a six pack…. I just want to pack on MASS…. Can I gain the same or more mass if just continue to feed myself?

    Thanks

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    Elliott Reply:

    Yea dude, you’ll gain mass for sure by eating a ton… but you
    might get a bit fat too if you’re not focused about it.

    Ya, know?

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  8. Edwin
    April 27, 2011
    8:03 pm

    Elliot,

    Wouldn’t it be a better idea to just up your calories within the LHM by 500-600? For me personally, I tried a bulking diet with a similar premise to 14 day hybrid muscle mass, and I got strong and fat with some water weight to boot. On your LHM system, I was able to get rid of this fat and tack on some muscle weight. As a matter of fact I weigh less, but have more lean muscle mass. As far as strength wise, I have gotten stronger. This tells me, and correct me if I am wrong, that I have more dense functional muscle instead of the usual muscle mass.

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    leanhybr Reply:

    DAAAAMN!

    I love to hear results like that Edwin, thanks for sharing.

    Hey, if it ain’t broke, dont fix it ;)

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  9. Jerry
    April 27, 2011
    8:26 pm

    Yo Elliot,
    So in the video you talk about how this program is strictly for size and wont help performance. I was wondering how much size could be expected to get carried over once I were to switch back to a different style of training?

    Thanks for all your help,
    Jerry

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  10. Daniel
    April 27, 2011
    9:21 pm

    Hey Elliot,

    Very interesting approach to mass gaining – exactly what I was looking for.

    The program actually reminds me of Kelly Baggets “No Bull Muscle Building Plan” which is a cycling approach as well. It is based on 11 days of overfeeding (high carb, medium protein, low fat) + strenght/mass workouts and 3 days of underfeeding (low carb, high protein, medium fat) + depletion workouts (sprints, circruit training, complexes).

    To me the long catabolic period in the above Hybrid Mass Program seems not only to shed fat but to canibalize the gains from the anabolic period, espacially when glycogen stores are depleted after a couple of intense workouts and days of low carb. 14 catabolic days just sound so much.

    Have you, your clients or the swedish doctor ever played around with shorter catabolic cycles? How were the results?

    Thanks a lot!

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  11. Sean
    April 28, 2011
    2:11 am

    Yo Elliot,

    Im 180pounds and ive been weight training for a while now about 3 months,but ive seen very little changes in me.what do you suggest me to do? im fat so i did cardio in the morning and weight training in the evening ,is that why im seing no changes? or should i take suppliments..what do you suggest for me?

    and as far as my chest is conserned i got male boobs,which exercise do you think can help me remove that?

    Thank’s in advance

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  12. Robby Bartcher
    April 28, 2011
    4:07 am

    I Like this workout Robby will it this weeked and next weeked

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  13. Gary
    April 30, 2011
    9:17 pm

    Hey Elliott,
    Could you further explain the myofibril Zone part?
    Like what exercises we do for the postive failure + forced rep…
    And what that means? Like a written out example of it?
    Please and thank you

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  14. Jorge
    May 2, 2011
    5:40 pm

    Greetings Elliott, Could you go deeper on the myofibril Zone workouts? There is a pack of workouts and I do not know how to start. Should I do them altogether and having no rest (or little rest in between) up to I end the cycle or when I cannot do anymore reps? Or should I do positive failure on some of them while in others do the forced reps, static hold, negative all throughout the cycle? Or should I do everything for each workout for every cycle?

    Another thing, I do hour and half kung-fu workouts three days a week. How should I handle the calories so that these workouts does not mar the overfeeding phase, namely steal the needed calories to grow.

    Thank you in readiness.

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  15. JH
    August 6, 2012
    9:40 pm

    Hey Elliott,
    Could you further explain the myofibril Zone part?

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    JH Reply:

    Ok let’s see if I got it right you do the myofibril zone for each last set of the exercise until you get to the mitochondria zone, or does it all exercise suppose to have a myofibril set?

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  16. Chuck S
    April 30, 2013
    7:05 pm

    A happy meal seems like the % carb, protein, and fat for the first 14 days lol.

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