Ummm...every trainee's programming is very different because everybody's goals and such are not the same. But there are some programming related articles I can link you to:Jungledoc wrote:So, yeah, I read those links and a bunch more on the GUS site. Very thought-provoking. They answered a log of my questions, but generated a lot more. Could you point me to some articles on GUS's approach to programming? Then later I'll ask more specifically.
Teaching versus Learning the Lifts
The Honeymoon Period
Strength Training with Single Double Triple Progression
Single Double Triple Progression FAQ
The Singles Scene
Strength Consolidation: An Example
Strength Consolidation for Deadlifts
Cluster Sets <<-- This IS for advanced folk (unlike the others above)
GUS is just a website.Is GUS just the web site? Or is it also physical gym?
Eric Troy is the owner of GUS and the brains behind it all. Joe and I have blogs on there and we write for GUS as well - but this is Eric's operation.Is Eric the site owner of the GUS site? Is he the primary brains behind it (I see articles by others, including you and including some nationally-known writers)? Other than ads, I don't see anything on the site that would be income-generating for him, so it appears that the site exists primarily to help people, not to make money. I'm always suspicious at first, but I don't see any books or DVDs for sale, fee-for-service distance coaching, etc. Not that there's anything wrong with any of those things. In that way, GUS is similar to ExRx. Anyway, so far it looks like a great site, and Eric's articles are very good.
You have it right: there is no money on the site (apart from the ads). The sites does exist to help people and I understand you being suspicious but there is nothing for sale :-)