Yea, I was wondering why many people knew about more detailed aspects of leangains - I'm excited about the prospect of a book!
I am very fortunate to have a pretty extensive home gym. I've done the big types of compound lifting before, but I probably need to read up on it again and formulate a plan for myself. My go-to equipment includes a fillable kettlebell (right now I only have 35 lbs worth of weight to fill it with) and a Pull Up Station/Powerstand, which I ironically received for my birthday last year! Around that time, I was talking about one of those pull up bars that hooks around the top of a door frame (I had one but sold it with my P90X system) and my father must have heard me - instead he got me the friggen piece of gym equipment! It's pretty awesome .
Has anyone heard of Don Lemmon? I'm going to revisit the principals in his series of books. He also advocates meal separating (ie keeping either carbs OR fat high in a meal), which I've done before so that should be easy enough. I think either Don Lemmon or Al Sears (PACE) will help me figure out something out pretty quickly.
"I do want to go hardcore Leangains but I have too many fat boy tendencies." - Um...fat boy tendencies? Ha - did I mention that I'm going to be cataloging this experience on my blog, which was originally started to put up recipes for the monthly baking challenge group I'm a part of? Haha I've actually made most everything Primal, much to the sugar and flour lovers chagrin .
But seriously - I've seen his stuff about eating cheesecakes. It pisses me off, considering I'm someone who will eat Primally all week and then have, like, ONE carefully planned cookie and my body decides to turn it into 5 lbs of fat and water gain. I can only hope that if people are getting that cut not really paying attention to what they are eating than hopefully those of us who are eating all the right foods will benefit on a faster or greater scale!