Welcome. This is an UNOFFICIAL guide to the basics of the advanced
bodybuilding routine known as DC Training, created by Doggcrapp
AKA Dante Trudel.
DC training is for ADVANCED LIFTERS ONLY. You should have at least 3 years of hard, heavy lifting experience before you attempt this routine, and you should have tried, and had success with, other bodybuilding and/or powerbuilding routines.
Before you attempt this routine, you should have already built a good foundation, stemming from years of good, heavy training. You should be able to perform ALL of the major lifts with correct form. You should be able to maintain that form, even under very intense lifting stress.
You should have your bodyfat percentage down to a reasonable level. If you need to drop bodyfat, consider something like P90x or Insanity, or if you know how to lose bodyfat and can put together a fat loss routine yourself, use it.
And you should have a membership to a gym that has a wide variety of both free weights and useful machines.
Most importantly, you shouldn't be a "routine jumper". Do you have the discipline to stick with one weightlifting routine for the long term? The answer should be "yes".
Consider buying Jason Wojo's DC Training DVD if you want to watch lifting with good form. Or simply find reliable, professional lifters on Youtube.
Something else you will need as well: a logbook. Beating the logbook is the cornerstone of DC Training. A logbook is simply a notebook that you use to track your workouts, track your poundages and reps with each workout, so that you can track your progress and know when a lift is working for you, and if you can't progress on a lift, you can switch it out for another lift that works the same muscle group.
And very importantly, don't try to tweak DC Training. Do DC Training as it's written, trust the logbook, and trust the routine, and you'll gain more muscle than you thought you'd be able to gain after hitting past plateaus.