Hi, thanks Chris for the input, however I feel that i need to clarify a few things.
First of all I am not anti-weights, I’m no stranger to lifting weights and I’ve done the conjugate method, 5/3/1, all that. When I say that i don’t have money for weights I mean it, I don’t have a job at the moment and its going to be a little while until I can afford Bio
test and a barbell and weights, so until then I’d just like to modify this as best I can with
what I have.
As far as the gym membership, there aren’t any in my area that are 10
dollars a month, nor have I heard of any gyms that are 10 dollars a month, as far as i know, the
cheapest gym membership in my area is 24 hour fitness and its 40 a month, but these aren’t an
option anyway considering I don’t have a job at the moment. I was thinking if I could use advanced body weight training, such as handstand push ups and pull ups to fit the maximal strength drop set component of the velocity program.
So in the future I will be able to acquire
some weights and supplements, and hopefully afford everything I need for the Velocity diet, but
until then, I’m just trying to work with what I have. Thanks for any additional input you have for me.