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Re: Starting Powerbuilding

Postby johnnypain » Wed Apr 17, 2013 9:26 pm

The wait will soon be over.

"The Greyskull Method for Powerbuilding" is in the works as we speak, and is being released on an accelerated timeline in preparation for the Blueprint to Beast launch.

Look for it very soon, this has been the funnest book to write yet.
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Re: Starting Powerbuilding

Postby jmsfrs » Thu Apr 18, 2013 11:37 am

Been waiting for this one. is this maybe in the next couple weeks or couple months? Hoping its out before my next training cycle
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Re: Starting Powerbuilding

Postby johnnypain » Sun Apr 21, 2013 6:28 pm

jmsfrs wrote:Been waiting for this one. is this maybe in the next couple weeks or couple months? Hoping its out before my next training cycle


It will be completed soon. Historically I'm not the best with release dates, but I'm looking to push it out next Monday (April 29)
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Re: Starting Powerbuilding

Postby jmsfrs » Sun Apr 21, 2013 11:45 pm

Awesome. Looking forward to it. I'll just be testing out some ideas in the mean time. Just picked up Swipe and it inspired me to eat a little cleaner.
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Re: Starting Powerbuilding

Postby Quinteros » Fri Apr 26, 2013 2:45 am

looking forward to this, gslp 2nd edition was an awesome read.
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Re: Starting Powerbuilding

Postby johnnypain » Fri Apr 26, 2013 3:49 am

Quinteros wrote:looking forward to this, gslp 2nd edition was an awesome read.


You'll love this one then. This is the next step. Working on it as we speak. It's loaded with information, and is for the more advanced trainee interested in strength and mass what the LP is for the beginner/early trainee.
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Re: Starting Powerbuilding

Postby johnnypain » Fri Apr 26, 2013 3:49 am

Quinteros wrote:looking forward to this, gslp 2nd edition was an awesome read.


You'll love this one then. This is the next step. Working on it as we speak. It's loaded with information, and is for the more advanced trainee interested in strength and mass what the LP is for the beginner/early trainee.
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Re: Starting Powerbuilding

Postby Jay-H » Fri Apr 26, 2013 9:54 am

johnnypain wrote:
Quinteros wrote:looking forward to this, gslp 2nd edition was an awesome read.


You'll love this one then. This is the next step. Working on it as we speak. It's loaded with information, and is for the more advanced trainee interested in strength and mass what the LP is for the beginner/early trainee.

I also look forward to this one very much.
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Re: Starting Powerbuilding

Postby Quinteros » Sun Apr 28, 2013 7:06 am

would you will be able to include programs/methods for garage gym users like myself, with limited equipment, ( barbell, rack, adjust bench, light dbs, dip/chin bars ) would be much appreciated !
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Re: Starting Powerbuilding

Postby johnnypain » Sun Apr 28, 2013 11:56 am

Quinteros wrote:would you will be able to include programs/methods for garage gym users like myself, with limited equipment, ( barbell, rack, adjust bench, light dbs, dip/chin bars ) would be much appreciated !


The entire book is written for the garage gym trainee. The only equipment necessary is the same equipment that would be required for someone doing the Greyskull LP. There are some pieces like heavier/adjustable dumbbells or a pulldown machine that can/acquired as you go along, but aren't absolutely necessary to be able to use the programming in the book.
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