Currently finished the second week of Indigo Project and have really enjoyed it. I just have a few questions to ask-
- a) With the High Frequency Strength Work, I’ve been using reverse bands for the 3 exercises (Military, Squat & Bench) which has minimised the eccentric fatigue (particularly when using high reps) allowing for better recovery between workouts- Is this a good strategy to follow?
b) As a side note for personal knowledge, what is the benefits of doing the high frequency military, squat and bench 4x week? As they are done back to back twice a week is it applicable to double stimulation training effects?
What are your thoughts on splitting each session into 2 separate sessions such as AM completing the High Frequency Strength and PM completing the Functional and Structural Work?
I only suggest this because it takes me around 40 mins to complete the High Frequency Strength part, with today being the deadlift pattern taking me 1 hour and 40 minutes to complete the whole session. All while I was hustling the whole session keeping the pace up while working out at my home gym. I am a 2A by the way if that helps in prescribing an ideal solution.
For the triceps, during the compound lifts like military press and bench press, my shoulders and pecs are majorly dominant during these lifts as I feel them work quite effectively during the lifts, while I hardly feel my triceps during the lifts, even while I try to drive from the elbows when pushing.
So, would it be beneficial to do triceps work similar to the biceps work on the Structural biceps day. Allow the triceps to get some stimulation for someone like me who has long arms, what would you suggest works best on this program?
Thank you for your time,