First off let me start by saying i believe that after many articles and interviews from you on this sight, i have actually decided to pursue a nutrition and exercise career in college. My major now being Nutrition and Exercise Science. You Have really motivated me and inspired me to become extremely passionate about training. Just wanted to give my utmost thanks.
now onto my question.
i have been training using the Doggcrapp Program to see very good results as far as strength goes. I will admit, some exercises my lifts went up almost 20 percent within 12 weeks (such as squats, big compound movements mainly) compared to only about 5-10 percent with smaller and isolation exercises. although it has been working, i have, for some time now, been researching your method to stimulate the nervous system as you train to induce maximum muscle growth. i find it extremely informative and i am eager to try a program that focuses on this.
However, i just read your interview with Nate green which mentioned a bunch of awesome points about CNS training and auto regulating, etc. I was wondering if there was a way i could incorporate this type of training somehow into Doggcrapp? i know you said that overtraining is very possible with more than one body part if you give it equal attention, so does that mean that doggcrapp is flawed because it focuses on 5 body parts each workout?
i know its just one set (some being rest pause technique)per bodypart so it would seem like not enough to overtrain, but if incorporated with CNS activation would that be overtraining? maybe i should just start a different program? or wait for the ever anticipated I_bodybuilder project. If you get the time to answer this question I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you for your knowledge and your time.