I attribute my fat ass to nine years of a desk job, too much booze and nearly daily luncheons. Amazingly, changing jobs, eating a small lunch and salad everyday has eliminated much of this.
It ain't science, but it is working.
Yeah, it does bug me when you ask the other PTers the same questions. Many of us talk on the phone a lot and some of the guys make a living from doing personal coaching. So, what I hear from these guys is that they feel like it is one thing to explain (optimize!) an article or training idea, but it is another to get baited into little piss fights or, for them worse, cause them to lose clients.
I mean, I hate questions like this: Dan, you wrote an article about Overhead Squats. Why? Do you hate Zercher Squats?
I get these...
My goals are to increase my jump. Should I jump?
So...I gravitate towards the questions from people that I feel are really trying to move from "here to there." You can tell when you read them...
Let's be honest, I offer a fair amount of free information on my website and I also post in several different forums, when I can. I don't even cover expenses on this stuff. So, when someone asks me "What Get Up has this or that?," I cringe. I mean, it's free.
So, I'm not mad at you or anything.