Thanks! I'm wondering if people who follow Westside-style programming typically follow a written program. Thats what I'm doing right now. I used a coach for my last meet prep and basically took the same programming with some minor adjustments for my current meet. And by written I mean right down to the sets and reps of assistance work for each training session.
Does this prevent me from addressing issues and weak points as they arise? Or would I just make those adjustments to my programming between meets? Is it better to just know what weights I have to hit and what weak points need bringing up, as opposed to being so rigid in following a written program?