Two things I remember from the book is Assistance Work shouldn’t be taken to failure and body weight assistance routine should be 75 reps minimum per movement.
How would you suggest balancing those without creating a plan?
There’s this new scientific method they call “going by feel”, it works really well for any kind of assistance work if you listen to your body.
I dont care if you got 2K posts on tnation. You’re a dbag. Be a prick iof you want. I’m coming on here looking for help and what I get is you. You m ust be one of these fat muscle heads I beat the crap out of when I was younger. All braun, no brains, no skill, no cardio,no heart.
You prob one of these fottball jocks who happens to be big natuarally and intimidate people who are smaller. Well I cna tell you I been beat down by guy bigger than you, and I beat down guys bigger than you.
You obvioulsy know the ‘language’ used in these forums and are trying to make me look like a tool for asking questions and seeking guidance.
Wendler seems cool, but you’re a FukTard. Go back to your cave and keep doing CrossFit.
Wow. You certainly have some issues going on.
I really don’t see what makes nighthawkz a “dbag”-here. He’s trying to give you an advice, and when the advice does not please you, you start the infamous internet forum behaviour and start throwing shit everywhere. Why?
There is probably progression models for BW-movements, just google them. But I think what hawkz said is the best idea, I also think that Mr. Wendler would advice you to do exactly the same thing: it is only assistance. Just do so much you can in a workout. Spread the work between lifting (example: do set of chins between every pressing set) and you’ll be fine.
I have never used any progression for BW-movements. Just marked the total reps and tried to increase in every session. In chins I struggled with 20 reps per workout couple years ago. Now I’m doing 40-50ish reps in a workout with easy. One strongman here (Th3pwnisher) did recently 300+ chins between benching sets.
So in short: if you can not do 75 reps/workout take some smaller number and aim for it. Once you can do it raise the number. If you can get 30 chins in a workout aim for 31 chins etc… It does NOT matter how you progress in these. Get stronger in main lifts and do the work, you’ll get better.