here’s some advice for those planning to do the program (or already doing it). This may apply to people with some training experience rather than absolute beginners - or both, but I already had some training experience when I started:
Once a lift stalls, it’s a good idea to add in some pure hypertrophy exerices at the end of the workout(s). I personally have a hard time developing my shoulders and 3 sets of military press a week weren’t helping with hypertrophy at all.
So when I stalled on the military press like expected, I added 6 sets of pure bodybuilding exercies for shoulders (front and lateral raises basically) I kept on progressing easy the next session - and I can visually see the growth in the area, which could only mean more strength to come.
this could be applied to anything: if your bench stalls and you feel like the problem is your chest, add some partial dumbell presses each week. Or good mornings if you feel your lower back/hams are weak in the squat/deadlift.
Believe it or not, hypertrophy through curls will help a stalled pull up (i do supinated) and tricep isolation may help with weak triceps. The key is to only apply these methods when you stall and make sure you don’t do this for 10 bodyparts at the same time.
I would say 6 extra sets of hypertrophy work (8-12 range) every week per body part is a good start. Also, having some training experience and effectively spotting your weaknesses would be great assets.
hope this works for everyone else as well