LRB/365 manual is in the works. Basically, I'm going to lay out a whole year of training, phase by phase, that helps you plan to get stronger, leaner, and bigger over the year. It's especially meant for the guys and gals who may not have aspirations to compete, but love the iron and want to get better just as badly as those who do compete. Lots of lifters (and lifers) love the iron and what it does for THEM, and don't give a shit about competing (for reasons of their own). I always recommend competing in something because it will give new life to your training and drive. However, some don't have the time or inclination to do so, and that's just fine, because you should only be moving the iron and doing your conditioning work FOR YOURSELF.
So the 365 manual will lay out the various phases to get you better over the next year, and to a level you have not been to. My goal is to have this out by December to you guys can really digest it for a while before starting it. I would want to crunch as many questions into December as I could, so that those of you who are going to do this, have a very clear vision of what your training will look like each day, month, week, and for the year, and what your very clear and specific goals are.
I am not going to overload you with information in this manual. I want to keep it short and to the point, and give a guideline on how to structure your training for the year. So I will talk about the phases, why you are doing them, and how you should set goals for each.
Included will be diet, what to do if you get off track in a phase, go on a vacation, or have an interruption in your training.
SPPC check in!
Since we just finished another block of the SPPC challenge, it's time for a check in. I know there are still some guys who have had the stones to be continuing with this, so I want to hear from you and how your progress is going.