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Old 02-04-2009, 04:33 PM   #21
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Right on!

BTW, I hope u went through Eric's site. He is the one that gave us the hook up.
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Old 02-04-2009, 06:50 PM   #22
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Crap no. I see the links now. I'll make up for it later somehow. Wonder if Eric has a link for buying hemp seeds. I am going to try that due to the protein, Omega3s and fiber in them. Leigh recommended them as an ok supplement but mentioned that there are other options that are not as expensive.

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Old 02-04-2009, 07:07 PM   #23
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I could use EricT's link to amazon.com to buy hemp seeds but I think I want shelled ones otherwise some nutrients will pass through system. Shelled seeds are in 5lb bags. A bit much.
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Doo, you said Maximum Strength 4 times in your posts today lol...Maximum Strength is great but its not a bible for strength training. Its merely a collection of exercises, sets, and reps based on a set of principles. Rather than repeat the exercises, sets, and reps, why not repeat the principles? If you keep repeating Max-Strength, it's inevitable that one day it will not deliver the results you're expecting.



And please use Eric's links in the furtue, he took the time to come up with these resources. Its the least we can do

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if you ever need ANYTHING on amazon...click through his link...
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If you don't click through his link you're gonna be banned.



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but in all honesty: the least you could do is show your gratitude.

Oh and what Kane said is damn true. Stop doing these fucking "programs" and start TRAINING.

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Old 02-05-2009, 07:58 AM   #27
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OK, lol, thanks everyone.

I think I am going to get banned if you guy's keep talking about Amazon, lol.

Actually, EC says that a good follow up to Max Strength is "building the perfect athlete" which is more "in depth" but uses many of the same principles. But honestly this whole "athlete" thing is a little vague.

I.E. you can have specific goals with the overiding goal of being fit and conditioned without being an "athlete" so the 'building a better athlete" would seem like a pricey thing to get when a great deal of it may not apply.

As much as I like EC..the guy is only like 26 and he falls prey to putting HIS "values" on everyone without knowing he is doing it.

Given that..I would encourage people to extract the "principles" from Maximum Strength and use them to help you develop your on philosophy. There are plenty of principles and ideas there which can be used without repeating the exact program. And that is what Eric expects people to do anyway.

Although I didn't use to be this way there is a big reason not to repeat the exact same thing again...it'll burn you out. It gets boring and uninteresting and psychologically that does not help you reach your goals. I mean that is 16 more weeks.

But the reason I recommend Max Strength back in the day is because it is based on principles rather than methods.

I haven't yet really studied Leigh's training guidelines but I will do that and follow up with suggestions as to strength maintenance. But as I've said in the past people tend to severely overestimate what is needed for simple maintenance. Actually endurance is much harder to "maintain" than absolute strength.

Edit* LOL, I forget how good these guys are. Kane pretty much said the same thing about principles only without blabbering on about it like I tend to do.

If your gaol is to concentrate on fat-burining, some near-maximal work is not going to make your break you. You should be eating enough, etc..

In the max strength program is not the "raw intensity" as load on the bar that would get you it is the "balls to the wall" nature of it, if anything.

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If you act sanctimonious I will just list out your logical fallacies until you get pissed off and spew blasphemous remarks.
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You guys are right. I don't need to focus on "a program". I do plan on using the exercise principles and concepts from that one guy along with the nutrition principles and concepts from Leigh's stuff. As long as I continue to lose fat, maintain muscle, modest strength increases and don't overtrain, I am doing good. If not, then I need to make some adjustments.
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Thats right. I think that somewhere along the line the message about "needing a plan" has become more important than results.

You need a plan but you also need to be able to adust according to your needs without feeling paranoid about it.
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I have been listening to the audio version of FLTS. Not all the same stuff as she adds to the text. I have also been listening to Leigh Peele's podcasts while driving.
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