read everything lyle mcdonald and charles poliquin ever wrote
Don't mail anyone money for what you can have for free. Just do a lot of reading and you'll eventually pick up on all this stuff and be able to make your own workout and diet plans. It's fairly simple stuff to learn; everything is based on principles. Once you learn the basic principles, you're good to go. Just use the search function and the internet to learn. Check out article databases and whatnot.
The best thing to do is to tailor a workout and diet plan that is right for YOU, but you have to learn how to do that best. Learn from the ground up.
I know that's really general information, but it's the truth. Start reading some articles about what you want to know, and when you start learning about something you don't know about, research the hell out of it using databases and Google. It's work, but it should be fun too, and if you want to know this stuff, that's the way to do it. Trust me, you can get a degree's worth of exercise science information on the internet for free if you look for it.
for example: pretend i bench 100lbs LMAO jk (max)-multi-joint
and i barbell curl 100lbs max (max)-single joint
what would my sets and reps be for these exercise weights?
Solution; Hire a personal trainer.
lets say u gain 15lbs and lose ur liver..... thats still a net gain of 13lbs risk vs reward... rewards "outweights" risk
~ IRON LIVER™________ *[It's just advice man, that's all it is! You can take or do whatever the FCUK you wanna do!]
50 bucks and a bottle of mdrol.
Why not just do your own research? That way you will gain the knowledge and experience and find out what actually works for you.
If he wants to give somebody money for a "miracle" program then that's his choice.