A very interesting discussion was started on the forum a couple of days ago concerning my food logs. As you probably know, my food logs are no longer updated due to the Non-Disclosure Agreement required by SwoleCat (who’s nutritional protocols I’ve been following with great success for over a year now). As you will see when you read the thread (which is 3 pages long and growing), my initial response can be summed up as “Hey, what’s the big deal?” As more people voiced their opinions, however, I started to realize that perhaps my personal menus are far more important to some people than I first realized.
Obviously SwoleCat’s nutritional programs are excellent, and I have enjoyed tremendous success cutting and bulking while utilizing his protocols. That is why he is a sponsor of my forums, and why I personally endorse his programs (and will continue to do so). I’ve always tried to be open-minded, and I truly feel that my willingness to try new things has played a huge role in my success thus far. I’ve never been content to sit back and relax. That’s boring! It’s in that same spirit that I feel it’s time for me to expand my horizons and my own personal knowledge and try something new. I don’t want to go back to my old food plans, either – I feel they can be improved upon.
So, what does this mean for the web site? I don’t entirely know yet. I can tell you this much: I’m going to finish my bulk using the same SUP2 nutritional program that I have been using, but when I start cutting in January I’m going try something entirely new. I don’t know if I’ll be updating my food logs every day as I once did (that was a huge pain!), but I’ll certainly share what I’m doing, and at least provide a week’s worth of food logs and updates as required.
I encourage everyone reading this to always feel free to email me your suggestions and thoughts. I may not have time to respond to your email, but I promise that I read every last one of them and will take your suggestions and comments to heart.