i just got done reading you book "huge in a hurry" and i have some questions.
1)i work out at home and i don't have any cable machines but a lot of your programs have cable exercises, can i substitute the cable ones for another of the same kind? an upper body cable pull/press for another upper body pull/press? i can do all the other ones in the book.
he recommends wild salmon jerky but the ones i have seen have sugars in them, whats up with that?
I would think its fine to substitute the cable exercises with the dumbbell or barbell versions.
Salmon jerky? Seems expensive. Then again, I've read his nutritional section, and though he has simplified it for the mos part, I think the foods he recommends are for the rich, and not those who are on a budget. He recommended that everyone eats only grass fed beef (good luck doing that here) and avoid at all costs anything in plastic and cans, due to the potential phytoestrogens.
bigger than you. has weighed upwards of 280 and has done a 600 lb raw squat. he is not trying to be a bodybuilder or weigh as much as humanly possible though. there have been examples of people who've gotten bigger using his programs/principles on here but people continue to be blind to it because it would frustrate their agenda and require the consumption of considerable amounts of crow.
also, the guy has a shitload of articles on this site and has been a contributor for a long time, so a question about his book or methods isn't out of place (although best put in his locker, as C_C pointed out I think).
With his height and structure, he doesn't look very filled at that weight... There was an old pic of him deadlifting in the forum, as well as some more recent ones where he seemed leaner and lighter. You can see that he trains, but you wouldn't mistake him for a bodybuilder or elite-level powerlifter.
As mentioned by trextacy, he doesn't train to look overly muscular. The last post of his that I read (was some time ago) said something about him focusing on martial arts/fighting and adapting his training to fit that goal... Don't quote me on that, though.