I'm a fan of Ross Enamait, who I know sherdog people are familiar with. I got turned onto Ross maybe 5-7 years ago and have cycled through several variations of his 50 day infinite intensity and never gymless programs over the years (in between other programs). He is great but I just need something new and fresh to follow. As such, I'm looking for some other trainer website or book suggestions that I can steal or buy a complete 30-60 day template from (and make my own variations). Any suggestions? These are the general components I liked about Ross's books: 1. Low Tech and minimalists - I have a pretty well equipped garage gym that I've collected over the years that includes; squat rack, pu bar, barbells, bumpers, dumbells, TRX trainer, slam balls, bands, etc. However, if I look at a program see some bodybuilding BS like leg curls or cable flys or smith machine, I'm going to completely discount that dude as an idiot bodybuilder. 2. Provides at least a 30-60 day template with an overall program that makes sense - not some randomized crossfit WOD website that either (a) has no rhyme or reason or (b) I've got to scroll back through tons of blog posts and try to piece together the 30 day cycle they are following. 3. Not built on a foundation of Olympic lifts - I love Olympic lifts and used to train with a legit USAW coach that trained Olympians (not crossfitters); however, due to my age and my degenerative disc in low back, I've really had to back off (no pun intended) from the pulls/lifts from the floor. Variations of RDL's (i.e. where I don't start on the floor) seem fine on my low back, but that pull from the floor can sometimes eff up my low back bad (no matter how good the form is or how many chiro visits I have). So if it's some crossfit based WOD that heavily emphasizes O'Lifts, I find myself having to do so many substitutions that it's not even worth following the programs.