If I start from the bottom and only do upward strokes, then immediately take my hand off at the tip and re-start again at the bottom, when manually pleasuring myself, does that count as eccentric-less work?
It doesn’t seem clear exactly how to: Use the 2nd-ary emphasis exercise nor the eccentricless for legs work.
In the article it says:
Include eccentric-less leg training after your main strength lifts.
Include eccentric-less leg training after upper-body pressing workouts.
But in the workout set up in only mentions eccentrc-less work after the two main lower body exercises on lower body emphasis day…so I’m unsure.
And as for the 2nd-ary exercise (i.e. squats after upper body performance or bench after lower body performance days) I’m simply ramping in the same format on that exercise (with feeler sets, etc) as I would as if it were exercise 1 on its main day…Not sure if this equates to “practice” of that lift, as espoused, or not. Some suggetions would be appreciated.
Also, I love to use the sled for uppper body performance yet see nothing really mentioned in the article or workout set-up suggesting how to use this. I would think it would be a good idea to use it either in place of or in addition to the neural charge workouts. This would seem to speed recovery very well especially if coming after two days of upper body performance emphasis and preceeding 2 days (lower body emphasis) in which you willl include at least one upper body performance exercise.
I’ve been training 18 years and know the concepts of auto-regulation - to a point. And I know thibs uses his own perception of his and his athlete’s performance/recovery as the guideline for THAT DAY’s format.But this format of training and sled work is so new to me its hard to just wing it based on how I feel because I have to past reference points to go off of - most notably with the eccentric-less stuff(besides using metabolic fatigue and, Do I/Do I not “want to do more” 15 minutes after its done self-assesment guidline.