Gotcha thank you. And who could ever pideon hole the master…he might be experimenting with resistance bands for maximum gains next
The 3 week thing is right for me (I definitely burnt out on B4B before, quite quickly) but I want to have some consistency, longer term.
The difference between B4B (short term) and your recent strength skill setup (which is long term) really seems to be the intensity & freq of main exercises.
Is there a happy marriage where you can do something like 6/5/4/3/2, or 8/6/4/2 (lower intensity, more size gains) for b4b and have A/B setup.
Strength skill you’re doing up to 24 reps per compound movenet, alternated every other day (3 lifts per day).
By that logic you should be able to do b4b, alternating 4-5 compound exercises per day? Higher rep range/slightly lower load, focus on epxlosiveness = more hypertrophy, less intensity/joint/cns wear tear & also alternating different set of compound circuits each day less chance of overwork neurally (and more fun too)
Any potential here? Thank you