Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Book Of Programs Revisited

Bas' Barbell Club: Book of Programs!

I get questions everyday about programming and percentage training and what program is right for a certain lifestyle etc,.
And  some people are too busy to do  a 4 day program or a 3 day program, so what are the options? What about a programming option for conditioning and lifting? How about focusing on just the squat? Just the bench? It's all in the book.

 I wrote the Bas Barbell Book of Programs to answer those questions and to give everyone the options that they desire. I have listed the table of contents after the ordering info. It's 10 freakin' bucks.

The price is $10 payable through PayPal at nunzio7454@gmail.com Once payment is received, you will receive the e- book via email within 24 hours, most likely sooner.  If you're interested in a bound copy, send $16 through Paypal to nunzio7454@gmail.com. (bound copy for international please send $20.00) I'm pretty proud of this book, and I hope everyone enjoys it!

Table of Contents
I. Intro
II. Lifting Program Overview
III. Assistance Exercises
IV. Programs
a. 2-Day
i. Option 1—Weekend Only Workout (9 weeks)
ii. Option 2—Twice A Week/Any 2 Days (9 weeks)
b. 3-Day
i. Option 1—Beginner Program (6 weeks)
ii. Option 2—8 weeks
c. Bodybuilding Training
i. Body Part Split
ii. The “I have 20 minutes” Workout
d. 4-Day (8 weeks)
e. “Ultimate Survivor Program” (10 weeks)
f. Squat Everyday
g. A Program to Get Strong: Powerlifting Made Simple
h. Get a Big Bench
i. 6 Weeks to a New Power Clean Max
j. 6 Weeks to a Bigger Squat
k. Busy Lifestyle Training (5 part series of posts)
V. Some Tips and Reminders About Exercises
i. Squat
ii. Upping Your Bench Press
iii. Conventional Deadlift Tips and Reminders
VI. Motivation
VII. Conclusion: Just Say It

VIII. James Steel Biography

All About Being a Lifer

What's a Lifer? Someone who isn't in to something for just a day, a month, a year...it's for life. Whether its training or your family or your job...it doesn't matter. You work at it, you build on it, you see the big picture . You don't miss workouts because it means something to you. You are like a Shakespearean actor- no matter what is going on in your life, you block it out when it's time to train. You walk into the weight room and all else disappears. Worry about it later.