Great share, thanks a lot
Can anyone post some of the templates from FIT by Lon Kilgore and Justin Lascek?
Been looking for P2TP professional for a while.
Thanks a ton.
It's called Starting Strength and Texas Method.
Also Justin Lascek's Strength and Conditioning program.
Plus this thing
And Hepburn's routines:
There really aren't any templates to be had. It's more of a textbook and written example that includes scientific sources about incorporating strength training, conditioning, and stretching into a single routine.
What foods do you like to eat, particularly, in your smoothies
2 scoops of muscle milk protein powder
1 tablespoon chia seeds
1-2 tablespoons hemp seed
1-2 cups of fruit normally blueberries/bananas
1 cup of almond milk
plain yogurt/honey yogurt
however, this ends up being rather expensive, but I think it's the most healthy part of my diet. I'd like some cheaper alternatives or some other smoothie tips if yall have any, I'd guess each one of these costs 3-4$
$140/mo is actually a LOT.
If you're even halfway competent in the kitchen, you can make your own bread, $15/mo will buy you enough flour to bake a loaf EVERY DAY, well over 2000kcal each.
Canned tuna can be bad depending on where it was fished.
Canned sardines (I get the skinless & boneless) aren't cheap but they're very very good protein and because they're low on the food chain have almost zero contaminants in them. Eggs are cheap protein but can't be a primary source because of what it will do to your cholesterol.
If you have an Asian grocery store nearby, you look for Rolled Dried Squid (it also comes shredded) it's very affordable protein you can snack on and it's delicious.
So if you're active enough to need the carbs, baking your own bread and filling your protein requirements with sardines, eggs, squid, or perhaps nuts, that is seriously less than $40/mo. Then you just need your fruits and veggies which will run you about the same, depending on the season and where you buy, if you buy local fresh produce the price can be higher/lower by the season than at a grocery store.
Issuance of training insanity 2
Great share. Can we get these as downloadable pdfs on mediafire or something? Having to sign up for premium on scribd defeats the purpose.
"Having to sign up for premium on scribd defeats the purpose."
You don't have to sign up for a premium account. Just upload a file in exchange. Is that to much to ask? Being a leech defeats the purpose.
Any better versions of Beyond 5/3/1?
Also, anyone have Mike Tucscherer's Reactive Training Manual?
Mike Robertson's Bulletproof Athlete
Beta Version - No longer available
Sardines are great except but not really toxin-free; some have been reported to contain substantial PCBs and dioxins (more than salmon and others). Stuff that accumulates in animal fat and depends where fished.
thanks a ton!
does someone maybe have Devote yourself to an ideal? also by the creator of MP45
Did you not look at my post No. 12013?
Juggernaut Squat, Bench and Deadlift Manuals
Again for those who missed it, the RTS Manual is here:
Thank yall for posting, there's been some cool stuff recently.