I really like that you’ve decided to spend the 100 days studying anatomy. I’m a big fan of anatomy and love it when people devote time to it. I think it’s a great idea to use bodybuilders for it and I tend to do it in my classes. What I’ve been discovering more and more is the amount of information that one really gains from studying the tendinous parts of the muscles. I think you’re doing it in part, but I would focus on it just a little bit more, for example, the 3 tendinous areas on the trapezius (around 7th cervical, at base of the spine of the scapula, bottom of trapezius around T12), the tendinous cover of the sides of the gastrocnemius (making the middle part bulge), and stuff like that. Where you can find that information, try inserting it, I think it makes a big difference. I would also recommend making structural diagrams, and of course I can’t help but recommend all of the wonderful courses focusing on anatomy on NMA. I’ll definitely be checking in on your progress.