I just realized...
that the entire section on deloading and how to recover from stalls is not in SS, but Practical Programming.
No wonder so many people have a hard time "following the program".
ok, but this realization was discussed three weeks ago in a thread that you were part of.
but yes, i agree that the SSsection on programming would be much more useful w/ it.
yea, i didn't look back at that thread after i posted
it's too bad Rip didn't include that info in the new SS edition... seems like it would be more valuable than any diagram or extra explanations of the lifts he could offer
oh well, his choice
i feel a little bad now for being so condescending and abrasive toward the people who have been bringing questions and problems with the program... i bought both books at the same time, so i've always had the resources, and i thought all relevant programming info for novices was in the one book (SS)
But some have read neither.
Don't feel bad. Basic research on these very boards would easily supplement the book enough to work out these issues.
Originally Posted by stonerider
the two books should be combined into one giant encyclopedia.
yea right... most people who have allegedly read the books can't even post the SIMPLE deload/stalling instructions correctly
Originally Posted by Conway
every time i've seen a thread on the subject, people typically interject their own opinions into the instructions, rather than detailing what Rip suggests and then offering their own opinions after the fact
Now instead of telling them to buy SS3, you can tell them to buy PPST2: the companion piece.