x2 on Bodyopus. Bodyopus, The Ketogenic Diet, and Ultimate Diet 2.0 are required reading (in addition to The AD, of course) for those interested in cyclical ketogenic diets.
I'm feeling long-winded today, so here's my take on training with a CKD:
As far as training goes, you could also follow a simple 2 day split, 4 days per week. Program your workouts so that your heavy, low rep training occurs in the two days after the carb up and shift the nature of the second half of the week more towards higher TUT, more moderate loads, higher volume, and lactate accumulation. This way you are able to train he entire body each week during the optimized post-refeed period when you should be able to take advantage of glycogen supercompensation and lots of bloat (positive leverages). The higher volume lactate work is absolutely brutal, but will significantly deplete muscle glycogen and upregulate non-insulin mediated glycogen storage if done correctly. This should increase the "quality" and effectiveness of the carb-up.
Sunday- 45-60 minutes LISS to help re-establish ketosis
Monday- Heavy Chest/Shoulders/Tris/Bis- 3-5 sets of 3-6 reps between 80-90% 1rm per body part
Tuesday- Heavy Legs/Back- same loading as Monday
Wednesday- rest/LISS (goal dependent)
Thursday- Chest/Shoulders/Tris/Bis- 8-10 sets of 10-15 reps per body part. Set length should average out to about 45-60 seconds, so lighter loads and slow negatives. If the muscle isn't burning, you're not using enough weight or you're going too fast.
Friday- Legs/Back- same loading as Thursday.
Saturday- Refeed, no training
Just thinking "out loud".