I just read some pieces about HFT, for strengthening tendons and joints, and just building strength.
The most elaborated pieces was one of Waterbury's quiver: pick a upper body pull, push and a lower body move, start with a small amount of reps each day, and increase 1 rep every day for every excercise. This all next to the already used program.
How do you stand on it?
- what would be a good excercies? The original program tells to leave the chosen movement out of the main program. I.e. Maybe dips since that is something hard to load for a strength movement.
-Would so much exposure desense the body very fast?
-Is it maybe more adviceable to work up to 60 reps, then drop back to 10 and add 5/10 lbs. Wouldn't this built more strength in the long run, and decrease the time involved.
-Would so much strength-skill (that's basically what it is I guess, extreme strength skill) go down the crapper real fast when the grease isn't grooved every day? Or would it stick pretty long and can be further developed.