A few bits and pieces from his site:
You see, I get approached at least 2-3 times per week on how I stay so fit. I'm certainly not an overly muscular guy (that is because I know that women find too much muscle a turnoff). I'm probably one of the few guys in the gym that has a build similar to a Hollywood sex symbol, not too big, not too small, and very toned! Yeah, I know I don't have the "Hollywood Looks", but oh well.
Even if You Do Want to Gain Muscle, NFL Football Workouts Will Give You an Unbalanced Body
NFL Football players hit squats, deadlifts, and bench presses like crazy. The problem with these lifts is that they are very effective at putting on muscle mass! Have I gone completely mad? Noï¿½?ï¿½these lifts in my opinion ruin the look of a masculine looking physique.
Squats, Deadlifts, and Bench Presses Give You Curves in the Wrong Places
Squats and deadlifts widen the hips and build up the butt and upper thighs. This makes your physique look feminine! Bench presses build the lower pecs too quickly and give them a rounded look as well. Too much time bench pressing makes your pecs look like breasts. Here is an article I wrote which will prevent that from happening:
Here is the problem with the advice of eating 6 small meals, or eating every few hoursï¿½?ï¿½you never allow your body to run out of "carbohydrate energy". Your body will burn all the available energy from the food it eats before it touches any fat on your body. So if you are eating all the time and always have calories in your system, you will lose very little body fat.
What if You Feel "Light-Headed" or Weak if You Don't Eat Every Few Hours?
The reason for this is that your body sucks at using its fat reserves for energy! If it was efficient at using fat for energy, you wouldn't feel weak or light-headedï¿½?ï¿½you would be full of energy.
I don't believe in damaging a muscle when you are going for tone. If you want to build muscle mass (which I don't), then you want to do enough volume of lifts to induce a bit of damageï¿½?ï¿½then you want to allow the muscles enough time to recover to rebuild themselves a bit bigger than they were before. If you are going for toneï¿½?ï¿½you want to do less sets and volume so you don't damage the muscles, since you are not damaging the muscles you can work those same muscles out more often.