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April 2011

Content of Books

Several folks have asked about the content of the four books to be coming out.

The first will deal mainly with push-ups. Another will focus on sprinting and running– how to plan runs, how to measure them, and the frequency for optimal results. Another will be dedicated to pull-ups. Content will focus on different variations and advantages of each variation. The last will be the most extensive book I’ve ever seen on diet and supplementation. The exhaustive nature of the diet/supplementation content is one of the reasons that the overall collection was divided into a four-part series. There would be way too much content for one book and it would make the book very expensive if all information was included in one binding.

I still do not have a date from JP, but I plan to give him a call tomorrow for an update.

Thanks for your continued interest and let me know if you have further questions.

Jack

Updates and Responses to Questions

Looks like the book should be out in the Spring. It will be one of a four-part series.

As far as the differences between John’s training philosophy and my own, JP is entitled to his opinions. In my many talks with John, we’ve discussed his friends and acquaintances who have experienced injuries where they can no longer do weight work. In my own experience in twenty years of competitive Olympic lifting, I had a left elbow operation, tore a right thigh muscle, and made frequent visits to the chiropractor. Even with all the injuries, I wouldn’t trade anything for my time as an Olympic lifter. Just as football players and other athletes know, injuries are a part of the sport. You love the sport, so you take and accept that injuries are going to come along with it. If you’re trying to excel, you will have to deal with injuries. Due to injuries, we often have to improvise our training techniques in the event that we cannot use weights. You can see other posts on this blog where I have described my use of non-apparatus training to continue training body parts that I would otherwise have been unable to train with weights.

As far as the book is concerned, I am very excited. I truly believe when you read this book series that you all have all the ammunition you’ll need for the rest of your life on how to train and what to do in non-apparatus training.

You can feel comfortable in calling me at the gym with questions or concerns. I’m that interested in your success. The specific training questions you’ve asked in these blog comments will be addressed in the book or you can call me directly. The books will include pictures and demonstrations of training techniques with descriptions that are dead on.

Thank you all for your interest and I will update as much as possible.

Keep training hard,

Jack

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