no problems infinite! I am not stressed at all bud everyone is entitled to their own opinion and can interpret things however they like. I have got a few of my athletes starting it this off-season however I just want others to have access to it as well as normally programs of this nature cost money (if you have read the program it is not your average program). [/quote]
I actually skimmed through the program just now. It certainly doesn’t look bad at all but one general thing comes to my mind here.
My personal experience tells me that a highly structured training approach is
(a) not needed even for intermediate lifters and
(b) is not optimal.
I believe THE best approach to get faster and stronger is to forget about medium-term planning and let your weaknesses AND how you feel determine your training in the short-term (per session or per week). Clearly, this is not original since that is how oly wler, for example, do it.
Of course, there is a place for structured programs. Beginners who don’t have a coach cannot autoregulate and properly identify weaknesses yet. I also imagine that highly advanced athletes might need more structure.
Maybe you can take something from this.
Thanks for taking a look! yes totally agree that you should listen to what your body is telling you in terms of autoregulation unless you have lots of sports science protocols at your deposal which can help you!