No podcast last night. Jamie is fulled up with a side project and we just couldn't make time for it. My apologies. I'm just going to use the questions from this past Q&A for it. I will be doing a podcast tonight anyway with Phil, just to make up for it. Look at how nice I am.
More Congrats -
If you missed it yesterday, a big congrats to Ryan, who wrote in about making the Arkansas football team. That guy has worked his ass off for well over a year to make this happen. Now that he has spent the last year doing the lift and run part, it's time to fucking bang.
Shirt Sale Coming -
I'm all out of black large in the "death is winning..." shirt. So if you order a black large....you're getting a gray large. In fact I'm dropping the price on all shirts this week to sell them out, so I can stock one new shirt. Which is the "death is winning..." shirt. However the front is going to have a new logo.
Rotational Split -
Along with the LRB template, I think the rotational split is going to be possibly my best split ever, now that I've really narrowed down exactly what I'm doing with it. I will be writing more about it this week, and I've really narrowed down this split (which is similar to the split in SLL) and the LRB split, as the single two best templates one can use for training. The flexibility in both can work for anyone if applied properly.
1 Year Book -
I've had this cool idea bouncing around in my head for a little while now. A one year book for non-competing guys who just want to get as jacked, cut, strong, and bad ass as they can. I always talk about "big picture" and how you can't ride two horses with one ass. This would give you a template for training year round, how to eat, structure training and conditioning so that you get better every year by concentrating on certain aspects during certain months. A competing guy could use it too if he planned on taking the year off, or I'd find a way to put the strong-15 competitive cycle in there. Not sure I'm ready to undertake another writing quite yet, but I like the idea of it a lot. Similar to what I did with the SPPC challenge this year, but with each section blocked off for very specific goals.
So it really helps ME if you guys that bought my book or e-book write me a review on Amazon. Just sayin.......
Meet Prep -
I have about 4 weeks or so left until meet prep will need to start. I already have everything outlined for training and really feel ready. The only thing I'm even slightly worried about is how the quad will feel once I get up into higher percentages. I have a plan for that as well. I will write about this after the meet to let you know how it went. It's more about the further evolution of my training, and again, something Jim and I talked about while I was in Ohio. As usual, it's something he has come to the realization of over the last few years as well. Funny how he and I keep doing that.
I hope everyone's Monday is drilling them in the ass like Ed Norton got drilled in the shower in American History X.