Hmm... I think you have a few things wrong PKS.
Taken from the Upper Body Livespill
jonny142: ... What I meant by starting the movement at the MTW was that it seemed to disagree with the notion that the 3 exercises are a continuous ramp, in the article CT states that the second movement was started with an extra 100lbs on the bar. Im sure it's irrelevant minutia but I like to make sure I have a grasp of all the intricacies of a program before starting it.
Christian Thibaudeau: @ jonny: LOOK AT VIDEO: You start the second exercise where you ended the first... e.g. if you picked military press and incline bench, you start the incline bench where you ended the military press and then ramp up to your MTW
Thibs says to ramp from the weight you left off at in the previous exercise, and then work up to the MTW for the current exercise. From there, I believe you do Wave Loading.
However, Thibs does talk about "not needing to ramp to all exercise", but I believe he means the FULL ramp, with feeler set, activation zone and potentiation zone.
TRU76: Do you perform the feeler set, activation zone, and potentiation zone on only the 1st exercise or on all 3 exercises?
Christian Thibaudeau: @ Tru: only on the first exercise... although performing them on all 3 will have no detrimental effect
So, in summary, I believe the program specifies that you must do a FULL ramp (including feeler sets) on the first exercise. Then, after you have reached the MTW for the first exercise and done it's corresponding Wave Loading, you start the second exercise at your first exercise's MTW. You then ramp up (by simple increments of 10-20lbs) to the second exercises MTW, perform your Wave Loading, and then move onto the third exercise in a similar fashion.
I believe the secondary exercise (legs, on the upper body day) requires a full "feeler" set and corresponding ramp (e.g. FULL ramp).