The program actualy is a tactic used for MMA and Wrestling. It is to basically start with a heavy effort, and using the rest-pausing scheme, to keep doing reps in spite of the accumulation of fatigue on the muscle, by reducing the stress and tension through decreasing the weight, but augmenting the number of reps to have lactic acid pool, for GH release purposes and for endurance as along with what they call "wobbly" isometrics (you donÂ´t hold the weight static at mid-range but you let it do down an inch, then up another one staying within a range of motion that is so limited as to almost be an isometric hold, and explosive+slow partials.
The program is incomplete and you must understand that for these programs, the load selected is designed to be one of two cases:
1-) the heaviest load you can lift explosively (i.e. as fast as if youÂ´d be punching someone with the dumbell you are holding) and such, lowering it according to the final volume..for 4 sets, you can do so as slow as needed to elicit maximal effort tension but not more than the minimal time needed for such (.i.e. you can lwoer in 3 seconds and it's at that point the most stress you can put on the muscle to resist the load, so why go for 4 or 5 even if you can do it) or simply, if you aim to do 7-8 sets total, lower as fast as possible while keeping a decent level of tension.
2-) the heaviest load you can control slowly with maximal focalized tension on the targeted muscle group (i.e. the heaviest load you can move at a slow but thorough pace eliminating all momentum, generally less than 3 seconds on a long Range of Motion or 2 in a short Range of Motion exercises) and lwoer under the same guise as the previous item, sometimes that meaning the negative can be shorter than the positive phase, but not by a huge differential, just 1 second shorter.