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Insane BBB, Weight for Volume Work


#1

Jim, question is when you said use the same weight for the volume work do you mean for all 4 weeks or do we increase every week per the tm as long as we stay under 50%. thank you for your time and programs. N.O.V.


#2

What is Insane BBB? What is this in reference to?


#3

You change your TM every week?


#4

it was in a conversation you had on T-Nation with some one about some high volume work for squats only. May have been a year ago? I think it some thing in reference to Kroc.


#5

I think he’s referring to the insane soreness coming from the bbb template.which was in the beyond book.


#6

You’d have to be a lot more specific. Like a large, direct quote (to get proper perspective on the total picture) or a link.


#7

I remember coming across this in an old “Spill” section of one of the articles here on TNation.

Here is the link:

http://www.T-Nation.com/strength-training-topics/1453

It seems pretty straight forward. Pick a weight between 30-50% and stick with it for all 4 cycles, working up in reps.


#8

[quote]Bruce Kalb wrote:
I remember coming across this in an old “Spill” section of one of the articles here on TNation.

Here is the link:

http://www.T-Nation.com/strength-training-topics/1453

It seems pretty straight forward. Pick a weight between 30-50% and stick with it for all 4 cycles, working up in reps.[/quote]

There’s the answer. Right where I left it. Thank you!!


#9

[quote]Jim Wendler wrote:

[quote]Bruce Kalb wrote:
I remember coming across this in an old “Spill” section of one of the articles here on TNation.

Here is the link:

http://www.T-Nation.com/strength-training-topics/1453

It seems pretty straight forward. Pick a weight between 30-50% and stick with it for all 4 cycles, working up in reps.[/quote]

There’s the answer. Right where I left it. Thank you!!
[/quote]
that is it couldn’t remember where it was, just remember reading it. apologize for not remembering the specifics of it. thank you all for your input.so now the journey begins.