Justin Lascek – The Texas Method Advanced
I thoroughly enjoy coaching and teaching people and am grateful
that so many fine people are willing to learn. I’d like to thank Jacob Cloud and Steven Collegio for
helping me through the grueling process of creating this book. Jacob’s copy editing skills and Steven’s
regular graphic design make me look better than I actually am. Thank you to my close friends – Shawn,
Chris, Brent, Mike and AC – who have shared the love of training and allowed me to learn all that I have.
Thank you to all of the mentors and role models in the realm of fitness and strength and conditioning; I
am honored to know such men like Lon Kilgore and Michael Hartman. Thank you to all of the friends
who I have met along the way in this quest of 70’s Big; you are all too numerous to recount but no less
important. Lastly, thank you to the 70’s Big readers; you guys make this whole thing fun, even if you’re
annoying as hell.
This book assumes a healthy, drug-free trainee with at least halfway decent mobility, technique, and
recovery capabilities. Individuals with existing pathology – anatomical, neuroendocrine, or otherwise,
will receive and adapt to stress differently. Results may vary for trainees and lifters who are lazy and do
not implement good mobility, nutrition, and recovery habits. Because these factors determine the
success of a program, it is hereby assumed that the factors are adequately addressed by the reader.
Serious trainees will benefit from a quality coach to verify that their technique is adequate for the
execution of this program. Most of all, this book assumes a trainee with a training history that would
prepare them adequately for the intermediate programs within.
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