When I grow tired of writing training articles, I return to Bill Starr. (Who writes damn good, by the way.)
When I grow tired of my current training program, I return to Bill Starr.
When I grow weary of all the modern gadgets—stuff like training balls, chains, bands, and one-legged whatever—I return to Bill Starr.
When I grow weary of all the modern "trainers" and all of their methods (like everyone that writes for T-Muscle, for instance—as much as I like that magazine), I return to Bill Starr.
And when I just need a reminder of why I love to write and love to lift in the first place, I return to Bill Starr.
For those of you who don't know who Bill Starr is the following article—from Iron Man magazine—is a great place to start. His programs—as simple as they may seam (and they are anything but when you delve into them)—are some of the most result-producing you will ever come across.
(On a side note, if you don't think this kind of training is effective—if you think it's too basic—then go purchase the current copy of Planet Muscle magazine. PM has a great article about Mike Bridges (easily one of the three greatest powerlifters of all time) and read about his training program.)
For now, it's time to delve into the wisdom that is Starr: