Well, see the thing is I'm not familiar w/the program like I said. However, I'm going by the general rule of thumb, on mostly any program out there, that the idea is to have goals every new session of "beating" what you did the last session wether it be increasing reps, inscreasing load, or time under tension.
I don't care what anyone says--if you're not confident in a program after 2 weeks and you're not seeing expected results, don't continue.
-You can ask anyone who knows anything about, what I consider quality training, the only way to create an optimal "training effect" is to design a personalized program. I'm not down playing some of the great programs that are available on T-Nation, because, for me, they serve as great examples of balanced and effective program design.