I have not purchased precision nutrition, scrawny-brawny, or Waterbury’s book. But I have read praise of these products by those that followed them.
So you wanna gain strength and muscle, and drop fat eh? You’re in good company. Your focus right now should be on making healthy food choices and carving out time in your week to regularly get to the gym. These alone will create gains. After you have a firm foundation of good habits, then you start tweaking things depending on if you want to bulk up or cut down.
Good, healthy food choices.
Carve out time in your week for the gym.
Here are the links Dave F. forgot to post.
T-dawg Diet 2.0
Note- while the T-dawg diet is very effective, I would ensure I was used to eating 5-6 small meals a day and getting lots of protein before starting it. It is my opinion that smaller changes are both more managable, and more lasting, and therefore more effective. Hence, change your habits slowly.[/quote]
Thanks for posting the links Otep I always mean to but forget!..Yup there’s some good advice there and otep is right on the money! Try to instill those habits before starting these programs! Best of luck!