I will just ask for you people to don't share the new Paul Carter book yet. He is a pretty cool guy, doesn't own a training facility and his ebooks are all 10 bucks. Let the guy get some greens.
So, that's at least two of us.
I was just about to share it too. I respect the fuck out of Paul Carter, so, I'll give it until after Christmas until I post it.
hi guys thanks for all the good work
one thing i wanted to say that i respect paul a lot but man i live in middle east how the hell im supposed to get this books ...or any book for that matter
thats why this sites exist so people who otherwise wouldnt have access to these matterials could
Dude, chill out. I said I'd post it after Christmas. Is it really gonna kill you to wait two whole weeks to get the book? I mean, really?
no man thats not what i mean
what im tring to tell you is that not all people that download books here have the ability to actually buy them .
i remember when i first started out man, i was in a bad place in my life at the time .i found a book on a site (i think it was demenoid) the books name was infinit intensity by ross enamait and man you have no idea how much that god damn little book helped me. so i wanna thank ALL OF YOU GUYS and say if anyone here has the money please do buy the book specially pauls hes a great guy and he deserves every penny and much more.
p.s.thats not the book im waiting for by the way
That's cool, and I understand that. What annoys the piss out of me is all the people that are like "I've got X book, but I'm not posting that shit until Y book gets posted." That shit is stupid and selfish. We're here to share, not make demands and barter.
OK, so after doing 5x5 for several months, I'm sick of the fact that I'm not seeing the gains in mass that I'd like. I have consistently made gains in the weight I put up, but only slightly noticeable gains in size.
My question is this: is a 5x5 not the most effective way to put on size? I am only interested in looking good right now, not in my strength, honestly. Is it true that routines to maximize hypertrophic benefit are usually lower in load with higher reps? If the goal is to keep muscle under stress for longest period of time possible, isn't that the case with a larger amt of reps?
What do you guys think?
OP here. Wanted to add: what is the best type of routine for gaining mass? Do you think the ever popular routine of working our a single muscle set a day is effective? What alternatives?
could you please upload Practical Program 2nd, I would like to check those changes and try to convert to pdf.Thanks
I think that's the Kindle copy of the book. I honestly don't know shit about the Kindle and downloaded the Kindle PC sotware for the sole purpose of trying to get this to you.
Thanks, but if you could, try to follow this guide when you have time to strop the DRM: http://www.the-digital-reader.com/2012/06/15/how-add-kindle-drm-removal-plugin-calibre/#.UM2y73fko24
I believe only you will be able to do it since you own the original.
Thanks, man. That guide was way simpler to use than the one program posted above. Like I said, the only differences I noticed where the novice and advanced novice routines are now identical to SS 3rd ed and the intermediate section has a Bill Starr routine and Rip's own 4-day power lifting split with speed work that he calls Woojus Geesham. Maybe you'll find more. Enjoy.
Yeah, I actually posted both that guide and the previous program, I'm glad you had more luck with this one.
BTW, thank you so much for the effort, I'm pretty sure this is the first time this has been posted on the internet, and it was initially released years ago.
Actually looks like the text size is messed up.. it's huge!
But it will do I guess :)
That would be my fault. When converting it, the program asked for "preferred font size" and it had the font size set to (0.0pt). So, I changed it to 12pt. I can only assume it actually increased the font from whatever it was to an extra 12.