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Old 04-21-2010, 03:10 PM   #2
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One of the key ingredients in progress is finding a plan and sticking to it. Whatever that plan might be.

They are basically using a style similar to old school trainees...basic lifts and a simple diet. That is really at the heart of all good programs. All the ancillary stuff, like weighted running, nude barroom brawling, etc., is usually what separates one program from another and draws someone to a program.

Truth is, the ancillary stuff is good because it captures our imagination. But the real progress will come from the core simplicity of brute effort.

Use whatever program that inspires you to hit it hard. As long as it focuses on basic brute force and progression, all is good.
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