That answered alot of my questions.
A few other points if you are able to help out.
Is there a specific Rep Range that is best for HFS? I see that most members are doing 3 Sets of 5/4/3 per Exercise.
Is this done on every day that you lift? If time permits that is.
Have you found it has helped to increase your strenght or technique on the lifts?
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CT has us progress over a rep range, usually starting at a 12rpm then doing 3x8 for 2 weeks, then moving to lower reps as the cycle progresses. Usually because the structural work increases in volume.
You also add 10 lbs each week.
You do it on chest, quad, shoulder and posterior chain dominate days. For lat/bicep or any spec day you don’t do it. Though you can do it every day and sometimes twice a day.
If you wanted to do it every day I’d say do it AFTER your lat/bicep day about 6 hours later ( though I guess doing it way before would be acceptable ).
You might not instantly gain better strength- but your technique has no where to go but better if you’re doing it so often. You’ll figure out some of your weak points and fix them. It lets to strength gain via improved technique and muscle growth. The HFSW is like a neural charge workout in that it gets you all pumped up full of blood, hormones and awesomeness.