Originally Posted by Soulman
tbh I'm prob gonna go for 5/3/1 once I'm down to house-cat size. Haven't decided between that and TM yet. In the e-book Justin Lascek sez TM can be hard for old ppl (he even specifies 35+, FFFFUUUU), so there's that.
I'm trying to decide what I'm more amazed by, SM being over 35 or SM actually having purchased a $29 e-book that's like 50 pages long. I thought KPC was like the ANCIENT father time grandpa of H+F, but now maybe SM can claim the title?
TM for over 35s would prob be a piece of cake, 37 year old lawyer I know (who was also last year's master's national champ in weightlifting) trains 9x a week max squat gogogo and completed the Russian Squat Routine for back squats and push presses at the same time and a 4th day of oly lifting added in.
oh yeah, and sick squats Snitch!