Thanks for the advice! Don't see any shows in the future, but still want to see constant improvement. Just a quick side note I'd thought I'd share. A little over a year ago, I sat alone, drunk off my ass, weighing 220. I was the worst of the worst alcoholic for the last 10 years, drinking upwards of 3 5ths of vodka per day. I would have to drink half a bottle in the morning just to stop shaking and be able to feel what I thought was normal. Been sober over a year now, and ironically, it's been pretty easy. Love the new life, and I guess my new addiction is weight training. So no, I"m not the strongest, leanest, fastest, or best, but the changes I've made in the past year are pretty remarkable.
I have a fair amount of knowledge when it comes to training, but I always feel like I can learn from others and see what they can bring to the table.
As far as your training template, maybe we are talking about different programs. The "HP Mass" I'm talking about is the one in the Indigo training section. It's split up into five days (Bench, Squat, Back, OH Press, Deadlift) with HFS sessions on every day excluding lats/bi day.
You seem to know quite a bit, maybe you can give me a diet critique? I'll give it in case you have any thoughts/insight.
4am- Finibar/1 scoop low carb MD (Meadows seems to recommend this)
6am- 2 scoops surge recovery
7am- 2 scoops MAG-10
9am- 2 scoops low carb MD/ 1 apple
1:30pm- 2 scoops low carb MD/ nuts
5:30pm- 10 oz. lean protein/huge salad with a bunch of green veggies/maybe some rice or sweet potato
8:30pm- 1 cup cottage cheese/1/2 avocado