Hey bud....no, I actually took your astute observation about my tendency to do too much and settled down to just focusing on my version of CT's best damn workout. Double stimulation was fine and dandy in its time, but frankly I don't believe the extra stimulation would benefit...I think it might actually be a detriment for natty trainers.
Main themes of my training these days:
minimum sets....basically one "work" set per movement. I am averaging roughly 2-3 movements per bodypart these days. Some days I only do one movement per bodypart.
Each bodypart trained 3 times a week
Liberal use of pre, peri, and post training nutrition
Frankly, with my previous training mentality, I was afraid of "losing" mass and strength with so little work. To my utter amazement, not only am I gaining mass, but my strength has really gone up as well. At my age, I am not focusing on singles strength, but strength for 4-6 or 8-10 rep ranges. On rare occasions these days do I go lower or higher than that.
What this tells me is that since going natty, I have simply been really "overdoing it" in my past training from a bodybuilding standpoint. Note what I said there: bodybuilding. Not powerlifting, not olympic lifting, not overall conditioning training. Strictly hypertrophy training.
Honestly, I would have NEVER EVER even considered doing this type of training on my own, because my mentality and experience limited my ability to accept such different training paradigms. It took an article, very well written by CT and one that just made sense to me, to change me.