For you non-competing types that still care about being jacked, lean, sexy, and as strong as you can be, 365 will be available by Friday.
Since it's the holiday season, and I've never been a salesman, I'm selling it for $10 until January 1st. 10-fuckin-dollars.
50 or so pages that outlines 2 diets (the original LRB diet, and my keto diet), 6 different blocks of training along with a spreadsheet for the whole year.
My only request from you, is if you get it, don't get it to have another piece of reading material. Apply it, so you can tell me how much ass you kicked at the end of 2013. That's the best thing I get out of all of this. So help me out in that regard, and you'll be helping yourself out more in the process.
Hell yeah! is there a pre-order link on here yet? Yes i used the search bar but couldnt find itReplyDelete
So glad this is coming out. Ill be ordering Friday. Thanks Paul!ReplyDelete
Will it work for newbies? I know the diet will, but what about the training? Just curious. Where do I send my $10?ReplyDelete
You should go with SLL. A whole chapter dedicated to noob training.Delete
Ebook or paperback versionReplyDelete
ebook only for the 365....paperbook for the lifer series.Delete
Just a thought Paul, have you considered doing material for folks going into military/law enforcement that still want to remain strong on top of their mandatory PT and training?
Hope that made sense.
Yes. I am going to do that.Delete
sweet i want bothReplyDelete
So Paul, why do you advise for us newbies to pass on 365 and get SLL instead?ReplyDelete
Because I wrote a chapter for noobs in SLL, and SLL has everything in it that someone is going to need from cradle to grave training. Where 365 is an outline for a year of training.Delete
Got it, thanks for making that clear.Delete
Thank you so much man. The shipping will cost me 20 dollars i'm sure. My only gripe is that the money won't go to you, just some shitty postal service.ReplyDelete
Thanks Paul. Look forward to Friday.ReplyDelete
+1 on the military/law enforcement that still want to remain strong on top of their mandatory PT and training? This something I have struggled with.ReplyDelete
I hear you brother, I went through a mandatory boot camp for a Law Enforcement agency, then part of an academy and the strength I lost through excess conditioning was astonishing.Delete
Going back into the academy in a year and a half and never want to lose that much strength again. I am sure Paul will have some good advice.
Good luck on your career fella.