I just started the V-diet today. I have the Velocity-DIet_3.5.1.pdf e-book in hand. Kudos on the doc, it’s pretty tight and clear, but I do have some nitpicky feedback, in case you’re interested.
Explain why Plazma vs. Surge. Explain why no Mag-10.
Provide a more recipe-book approach to using Hot-Rox, Alpha Male, and the other optional supps. I.e., just say “take 1-2 Hot-Rox on waking, then optionally again at noon”, or whatever. Also, a word or two on what to do with supps we’re already taking. For example, I usually take vit C, vit B complex, Co-Q10, Zinc and Mag, a multi, plus some BCAA’s and glutamine pre- and post-work out. If you could just state explicitly what to do with those, it would be great.
Please add a word or two stating that 531 and other strength programs do not work well with a weight loss program. I’m on the 531 and it took me some digging in various forums to eventually get my answer.
In the picture for the shoulder press, the dude’s form looks sloppy (he’s not under the bar).
In the picture for the bent-over row, you say “overhand grip”, but the dude is using supinated grip.
I told you these were nitpicky
BTW, what I like about this plan is that it is a turn-key, no-decisions, no-thinking formula that I can follow. Even though I have a pretty good grasp of diet principles and science, I get “decision fatigue” when I try to follow an ad-hoc diet plan. I’m always faced with food choices and it gets tiring, and it’s really easy to say “well, I did have a good workout today, so a wee bit of that muffin won’t hurt. Plus the carbs will help recovery.” or “shoot, it’s been a hard day, and Guinness does have some nutritional value so one (or two) won’t hurt…” and so on. So, I guess that in item 2 above I’m really asking for even less decision making in the V-diet plan.