Hi Christian, long time listener first time caller , thanks for being so generous with your time and knowledge.
On to the questions
Would there be any benefit to to separating the upper body and lower body portions of the push or pull workout in the same day??(eg. doing Pec/Delt/Tri at noon, then Quads at 5 in the afternoon) Would this help with keeping the length of the individual training sessions shorter, but keeping the weekly frequency the same? I work from home and have a good garage gym, so training twice a day isn't an issue.
Somewhat related, is it systemic catabolism we are trying to negate by keeping frequency high/volume low, or is it more localized protein breakdown of the individual muscle groups? or a combination of both?
How would you incorporate unilateral training into the Best Damn method? Would it introduce too many total sets? Strong side or weak side first?
Bonus Unrelated Question - I inherited a bowflex when my parents downgraded to a condo, does it have any redeeming qualities? Are there any exercises or muscle groups that benefit from its' resistance curve? Or is it just an expensive clothes rack?