I believe that you can design your own program that will get very good results anyway. Chris always talks about not chasing two rabbits and I think in this case where say Waterbury is the mark of what will be the best to build or maintain muscle (for most people, not all) you could design a program that will be 90% as good at retaining your muscle, or even building it. This depends on your skill level and knowledge but you could say that the quality of program is inversely proportional to your ability to build muscle (ie novices build easier).
So I guess what I’m trying to say is that given you aren’t going ot be making massive gains for the most part due ot severe calorie limitation making a program that works for you and stick to it.
Personally I work out 4 days a week and concentrate on areas that are weak. I want a bigger back and legs so I work my back every workout plus have a back day and I work my legs twice a week. This has definitley worked for me.
Stop complaining, read some information and do some work for yourself (dont’ take this the wrong way, just say teach a man to fish and all that)
I’m going to start doing the V-diet with ALL SOLID FOOD and no shakes - because I should just take the information I have and ‘do some work for myself’.
Moron - the idea of the program is to use the instruction of advanced trainers to maximize fat loss and prevent catabolism. If I thought I could do that by myself, I wouldn’t be on the diet. Also, it’s supposed to be RETARD-SIMPLE to improve compliance.
I want to use Waterbury’s expertise, but I rarely can because he never seems to take into account that I’m not going to be the only person in my gym.