The below is taken from Jim Wendler's log at EliteFTS (link at the bottom). This book will be a useful resource for anyone considering competing in PL meets and no I'm not on commission from Jim
Link: http://asp.elitefts.com/qa/training-...id=130005&tid=So I finally finished the 5/3/1 for Powerlifting book today. I'm gonna go help build a chopper this weekend and come back to it and make sure it's what I want - and then send it to get edited. So far, I am very pleased with it as it is very easy to understand and very easy to implement.
Here is the table of contents for the 5/3/1 for Powerlifting book...
* A Declaration
* 5/3/1 Training
* 5/3/1 for Powerlifting: An Overview
* Off Season Training
* Pre Meet Training
* Meet Prep Training
* N.O.V Powerlifting
* Training for the Non Competitive Powerlifter
* Old Man Winter: Training for Mr. Gray Pubes
* Assistance Work
* To Pause or Not to Pause- The Bench Press
* Using Knee Wraps
* Box Squats vs. Free Squats
* Choosing a Shoe
* Squatting in Gear
* Benching in a Shirt
* Deadlifting in a Suit
* Rich T. Baggins Squat Cycle
* Circa Max Training
* Your First Powerlifting Meet
* Meet Checklist
Right now it's 106 pages. A lot of broken brain cells were revived during this creation. Next book - N.O.V; this is the one that is gonna have all the conditioning and everything I can think of in it. Yoke and neck work, conditioning, real training, mini-articles, and everything else. Just want to spread the truth and the word in an industry that forgot that it should be Private Reich instead of Corporal Klinger.
I still and hopefully will always feel like that ****ed off 16 year old kid with a chip on my shoulder. May the passion to prove the world wrong and do what it is necessary to move forward and kick ass never die.
Revolucion! Vive NOV, carron!