Time. It’s one commodity that you can’t buy. You can’t sell it. You can’t bargain for it. You can waste it. You can pray for more of it. Once you spend it, though, you can’t get it back. So it’s good advice to invest your time wisely. That’s what this interview is all about.
Like many champions involved in a worthy pursuit, Dave Goodin, the Texas Shredder, has come to realize that the very best training method for muscle gains is persistence and consistency over time. That’s the way to get the job done. If you’re a drug-free athlete, Dave says, you’d better be willing to pay the price with quality time spent on basic workouts—injected with passion, lots of desire and friggin’ hard work.
Dave’s philosophy on training is old school. He believes in basic weight-training exercises, straight-forward workout design and simplified nutrition. Many trainees make it much more complicated than it needs to be, he maintains. Keep it simple and basic.
As they say in Texas, “If you see a turtle sittin’ on top of a fence post, chances are he had help gettin’ there.” So let’s find out how Dave can help you simplify your approach—Texas Shredder style.