Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by Sammo, Feb 10, 2006.
Or your first routine, I should probably say.
Something to build a nice base from.
i wouldn't use any of those routines for a beginner
A guy bigger than yourself who you trust. That's what I did.
read and educate yourself and then make your own.
I did a bullshit routine for 6 months, got nowhere, then started the bill starr (christophers) routine and saw kick ass gains. now I don't have a routine per say, I vary my exercises up
that's what I'm asking
I want to learn..but from a reliable source
Go to articals on the left side
whats that mean
how reliable are the articles and the studies? peer reviewed?
bias? advertising influence?
I would consider most of their writers reliable, Tate, Waterburry, Thibaudeau etc. all have pretty good reads. T-Nation does have some influence when it comes to recommending supplements, but they usually throw it in at the end and it does not effect the artical in any way that i have seen. I would stop worrying about things being peer reviewed or biased and start reading stuff written from people who have 100X's more experience than you and have 'been there done that'
Not so much as worried about the peer reviewed journals and the bias as much as I don't know who is good
get it straight from the horses mouth and go to EFS (that is if you want to be strong as fuck and are not a bench/curl jockey)
i find what i need to work on, incorporate it as accessory work into a strength routine and im done
here ya go bud http://www.elitefts.com/
look in the "articles" section and the "Q&A" section
I didn't know what the acronym stood for..?