I've been including an ME day into my workouts... but I'm not totally convinced it's helping me strain through my sticking point any more than my RE work with the main lifts. Really, I think it's mostly helped me by getting me used to heavier weights.
I was thinking of testing this idea by trying the overload method method instead. I was also going to do DE style work after these and do my RE work on a different day.
I know Overload work can be very strenuous so I was wondering what kind of rep schemes should I use with how much overload and what kind of overload.
Right now, I was leaning towards varying the type of overload. Like for 3 weeks, do squats off of pins at a height between parallel the top. Thank do reverse band for 3 weeks. Maybe go against bands for a week every once in a while to really fire up that nervous system. Maybe a 3x3 rep scheme at 110% of my max at the top of the movement.
How has the overload method worked for some of ya'll and how did you implement it?
Also, do any of ya'll know of any articles that lay out plans for this so I can use ideas from there?
Or does this just look stupid in general?