Thanks for that article. I'll check those out!
I'm editing the parameters associated with the program right now so you guys will have a better feel.
I would want to have the Limber 11 + some Upper body mobility drills to really help in this aspect.
I wrote what I meant in the OP again. So man muscles bring strong legs, back, core, shoulders, and grip.
Yes, but you'd be surprised how many people I've encountered in my field that HATE working out, but they do it because they know it's the way to stay healthy. So I figure 2x a week like Mon/Thur would be a great way to balance it without stressing. I'm a 3x a week lifer now though lol.
Oh yes, this whole thread will be quoted. When I was in HS we couldn't use forums as a source. But in today's world with all the Wiki's and open source and the way people communicate forums are a source that can be cited. And you guys are all intelligent. I don't like just reading medical papers and all that. I like reading what people that have tried it and done know. T-Nation has some more of the insightful people out of all the lifting forums I've been on.
I think unilateral training is good, but I think a basic level of strength should be reached before doing so. This is just my personal opinion.