My job is to give you sturdy guidelines and clear instructions to incorporate GST into your training life. In doing so I’ve realized something; no matter how hard I try, I will never be able to create a preset program that is truly universal. I have to stress that everyone is different in some way or another.
Everyone has strengths and weaknesses. Everyone has aesthetically pleasing muscle groups and lacking muscle groups. It is because of these reasons that a truly universal set program can never be created. Variations must be present, and they must be useful for as many people as possible.
This chapter is dedicated to those lagging body parts. You’ve got them, I’ve got them, and your friends have them. You can choose to ignore them and continue to let them fall behind, or you can put in extra effort under the iron to bring them up and turn them into a strong point.
GST weak point training requires a focus to be put on one weak point at a time. I’ve learned over the years that if you try and accomplish too many feats at once, you will most likely never succeed at any of them. You’ll simply do a mediocre job with each of them. Mediocre isn’t the way I like to get things done.
If I truly want something, I’m going to get it some way or another, which always requires full focus and effort.
12. Direct Ab Work