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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Damned if I know, Steve.
    That's easy:

    "How to incorporate the squat, deadlift, military press and bench press to increase strength, alongside the Olympic weightlifting training on a Wednesday and Friday"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie J. Skibicki View Post
    When you are starting strength training, you need a practical program to help you in you battle against mean old mister gravity. And remember, only the strongest shall survive.
    *pretend i used a series of clever puns in regard to books/articles written by Rip and Bill Star* there i feel like i've contributed.

    but seriously djmr, unless they're watching you lift at these olympic things (which i doubt they are), just show them what they want to see once in a while, and then do the fucking program. i highly doubt they'll stop you, especially after you explain the the renowned weight coach mark rippetoe essentially called them morons for their process...which they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PVC View Post
    Hmmm, if only there was some way for him to program his strength training in a practical manner. Second edition.
    Quote Originally Posted by astanto2 View Post
    I doubt it. Someone would have written a book by now if it did.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie J. Skibicki View Post
    When you are starting strength training, you need a practical program to help you in you battle against mean old mister gravity. And remember, only the strongest shall survive.
    Quote Originally Posted by Steve in ATL View Post
    If someone were to write such a book, what do you think that it should be called?
    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Damned if I know, Steve.
    The level of awesome in this thread is quickly approaching infinity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Damned if I know, Steve.
    Well, Rip, if someone ever does, please pass along the recommendation that words like "barbell," "strength," "basic," and "practical" be used in the title.

    God knows, most everyone likes to over complicate things.

    Oh, and if they post on forums, they should add some type of notice to their signature letting people know that they have written such tomes.

    That's my $0.02.
    Last edited by Steve Hill; 02-25-2010 at 06:26 AM.

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