Q: I was reading through the May Muscle Media magazine and saw that author Paul Chek mentioned your name when he was talking about mesomorphs. I also note that most of your clients are elite-level athletes, who probably represent the best genetics on the planet. My question is this; how relevant are your training ideologies and workouts for trainers with less than elite genetics?

My concern is that you might personally find gaining muscle and strength easy and not really have empathy for the plight of "hardgainers" with bad bone structures, low recovery ability, low testosterone levels, etc. And, as most of your workouts have been designed for Olympic athletes, they might not be advantageous for genetically average trainers to try even those with significant muscle mass. I look forward to your answer.

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Q: Where do you get good fat calipers?

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Q: Can you give me a list of worthy authors to read on the subject of strength training and bodybuilding?

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Q: I'm trying to find the supplement phosphatidylserine that you mentioned in your "One Day Arm-Cure" article. Please tell me a little bit about this supplement as I don't have a clue what it is.

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Q: Once and for all, is a loading phase of creatine necessary, or is it just the manufacturer's way of moving more product?

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