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Need Help? United States. Page of First Results 10, to 10, of Also, if you can tolerate 1 press core, 3 press supplements, and a couple of bicep movements, go for it. Being that you're doing the 3 day split, you should be able to handle that for sure.

The thread describes the basics of GST, and I know for a fact that there are MANY people who are taking that information and putting together their own basic programs. Micro 0 is found here: Lift is a play off of the deadlift, and it makes complete sense to me. Thanks for the compliment on the site, it is just getting started.

I provide a solid program, as well as unbeatable customer service, and a passion for helping people with their training. From your cutting thread in Rate My Physique to your bulking journal to your training journal to several different threads for your videos to this old thread bump. At least it appears that way. Be yourself. Waterbury, Nate Green, Romaniello, and myself all went from being schmucks on the forum to being article contributors while remaining schmucks on the forum, in some cases.

Just a funny thing, that. I disagree with your observation. Perhaps he just saw it then and had missed it previously. Why do we have to assume it was done so with malicious intent? Thanks man. I appreciate the input Sep. The trainee is left to use any rep scheme that they want with no requirements.

GST supplementary exercises rotate through regimented rep schemes that are emphasized within the program as vastly important. Both of which focus in on supplemental exercises!

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How about a little more homework before the bashing begins ;0! I did not want to come off as an ass as I so often do.

I DO appreciate when people such as your self or Wendler put out very practical programs. I only want to see proper credit given, as I am sure you would on your program without it being highjacked. Well this argument is easy. Who is Ryan Miller and who is Jim Wendler? In other words, who has the better credentials? True, Jim Wendler is the man, but that argument does not by itself discredit what someone else has to offer. If that was the case, then most people in the world could never have their arguments accepted simply because someone else has better credentials than them.

I can tell you that my career is centered around training people locally, nationally, and internationally. Last edited by GooseFlaba; at Originally Posted by Wellness.

You walk into the gym to see a guy pulling deadlifts with the most horrendous form you've ever seen Keep in mind you've worked a full day, are in a training state of mind, and simply want to crush weights and get home PS - This picture's form was 'decent' compared to what I witnessed! See my journal for training day details! Hey I'm looking into to starting this program.

I'm a fan of compound lifting and I'm new to strategic lifting so if you could help me out with figuring how t work this program I'd appreciate it. Originally Posted by abstract Originally Posted by sepandee. I've seen that as well. I also round my lower back only on the last rep or two when the lift becomes very very heavy for me, but that's fine. Stiff leg deadlifts also require rounding the back, which I guess is what the exercise calls for so it can be fine.

But when it comes to conventional deadlifts and someone's lifting only lb and has a back that round I usually just ignore them. I mean, who am I to tell them anything? I once saw a guy doing quater-squats and I wanted to tell him to go lower.

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Plus, I didn't know what his program was. Maybe he was doing quarter-squats on purpose.

Can't judge. Welp ive now pulled a muscle in my neck and in my middle back Today is an off day for me, the second scheduled off day in a row. I thought I'd toss up a few pics that I took of a client from last night's training session. These are all back shots, as if you couldn't already tell. Note those lower back muscles though!

God damn! Here is a little bit about him: He's been on GST from day one and started as a beginner.

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Right now we're cutting, and he's looking for another lbs of fat loss before we start building again. I'm really looking forward to seeing him rip off another lbs of fat!

His motto when it comes to training with me is 'LEL; Lift Eat Listen' " I thought this was a tasty looking picture too, so here's a meal from yesterday: Also, a fresh supp stash that showed up yesterday: Plenty of ZMA, vitamins, and all kinds of whey! Gst I Started GST also I've done 1 week already, well i did do the 2first days wrong, miss interpreted some things, and the last 2days i did right..

Started the week all over to get a clean start, which i find very important! Getting 20 reps is killing me! I admit i'm not that strong, but i do my best when i'm in the gym. Looking forward to get into week 2, so i can get to the reps. If i have the character to push myself like i'm doing to reach 20, i'll have a monster week incoming. I'm having some sort of log on here aswell, if you search for "Starting GST, Log for motivation" you should be able to find it.

Can't link because i'm at low posts, since i'm new. I'm keeping track of everything to see myself improve. Also took a few pictures for comparison. Right now, i love GST, it's giving me a rough time!

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Originally Posted by Frederickvc. I Started GST also I've done 1 week already, well i did do the 2first days wrong, miss interpreted some things, and the last 2days i did right.. Frederick, I'm not sure if you did this already, but be sure to read over Micro 0 - This is the free intro book on GST that helps you start the program correctly.

Thanks for posting and contributing your thoughts. It's much appreciated! Originally Posted by daghetto. I want to make sure that I am correct in my thinking - do I perform another week of 8 reps, then a week of reps same weight or alittle bit of an increase and then the following week I will change the core lift rep scheme?

Originally Posted by NakedPut. Hey , nice to see another MN dude here. Here's the deal. I just found your thread tonight while looking for new workout plans, and I really dig it.

I read the first 10 pages, and realized that there are a few hundred more I'm in Afghanistan right now, and the internet is pretty bad to say the least. I don't really have the time to read a few hundred pages, but I did read the first 10 and the last page. It seems like some things had changed over the last two years, because apparently there are 3 schemes now? And what is micro 0? I checked out your page for the ebook but your site seems to be pretty bandwidth intensive and I'm having a hard time loading it.

Maybe I clicked a link for a different service of yours. Either way, if you were to look back on the first few pages of your topic, has much really changed, or can I get the same principle workout if I go by what is there? That is, the same core and supplemental exercises, same sets and reps, etc.

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