Posted 26 July 2015 - 04:25 AM
I dont know what your experience is but I can speak for OMOB . I just finished 6 cycles of Version 1 and am in my 1st cycle of Version 2 . Short version , soon I'll be in BEAST MODE ! " One Man One Barbell " ...... and its only getting better ! Good folks here , check it out . I cant put a price tag on it , but thats me , might not be you .
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Posted 26 July 2015 - 12:10 PM
Posted 26 July 2015 - 06:26 PM
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Posted 26 July 2015 - 11:55 PM
I would recommend it. The value for 40 dollars is pretty good. And pay once and any updates Jerred puts out you will get. I actually bought it back this winter but haven't done the program very much and still think it was worth the money. I am starting it up again since the new update came out.
He has a good system, that you can start you off even if you have been sitting on the couch for the last 3 months, and is always there to ask questions.
Posted 27 July 2015 - 01:58 PM
As others have said you won't be disappointed with OMOB, it's a good program and Jerred is spot on. Plus he's more accessable then Wendler aalthough I do really like Jim's stuff and attitude. As a bonus, you get this site - on it you'll find all kinds of folks at various stages using the same methods. Really helps when you have questions or hit walls.
Accessory work is good provided you can handle it. If you're new to lifting, there's no need. Hit your big lifts, work your form and mobility, rinse repeat. If you're getting into the "advanced" stages of lifting - ie been hitting for quite awhile and you're needing more to keep your lifts moving north, then by all means add them in. It will also depend on your goals and time available- what are you trying to accomplish?
Strong people are harder to kill than weak people and are more useful in general - Mark Rippetoe
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