Originally Posted by mwilley
At the end of the day, the best workout is the one you can do consistently. If the videos help you stay consistent, then go for it. But I guarantee Dillman is not doing any body beast work outs. They are doing heavy olympic lifts and eating lots of carbs and protein.
I would really love to see how Dillman plans the workouts. I am pretty sure the workouts are geared for each position. I think it is interesting some question how Body Beast and similar programs can advertise putting on 10-20lbs in 90 days, but look how much weight the players put on in the offseason. Much more than 20lbs in some cases. Assuming it is natural, I can't imagine the workouts are more intense than Body Beast. Although, they maybe working out twice a day and staying in the gym longer. However, they would still need rest at some point. The muscles would get fatigued.
I think when you don't go to Atlanta at Florida, it is a failure.--Will Muschamp, August 2, 2012.