If I wanted to nerd out, I guess my training plan could be called: Hybridized, conjugated, cybernetic, concurrent, undulating, block periodization.
But I don't because it doesn't help me or anyone in any way. Btw, that's fancy for Westside BB style training ha!
Now if I was asking for critiques on my program and told people the what I put in the post first, I probably wouldn't get many replies. But if I tell people it's westside style, I'm going to get a lot more help. Just saying Westside conveys and communicates my meaning much more effectively.
Now when I post something, I try to KISS and add qualifiers if it's necessary in a way that's as plain as possible. Really, that's a good way to do it regardless of the subject.
Even in grad school, I would frequently do better than people with higher GRE's that did much better on tests when it came to scientific reports and presentations because I was concise, to the point, and only broke out the big words and technical vocabulary when absolutely necessary. If I wanted, I could make my writing highfalutin, unnecessarily complicated, and take a lot of space. But that helps no one.
This also led to me having shorter presentations and reports which classmates would see as 'uh oh, he's not gonna do well' whereas the professors saw it as clear and concise communication.
I remember this one pompous ass of a teaching assistant who would try to get all fancy with lab questions he wrote out and sometimes all this did was make the question not the question he meant, but something different. He hated when I asked for clarification because I could pinpoint exactly why the question was unclear and what different meanings could be taken from it. And he hated that because he couldn't stand a student pointing something out wrong, granted I tried to do this discretely. Then one day, he tried to call me lazy by saying I just didn't understand because I didn't read the lab before hand without even hearing want I needed clarification on. I went off on him. In a very professional, clear, and concise way of course. Ultimately, he had to leave the room because he had clearly embarrassed himself.
If he kept his communication simple, clear, and concise, the issue never would have arisen. I mean, do you really need end your paragraphs with "In toto" or replace therefore with "ergo" every time? Gimme a break.
Words and terms are only so useful in that they help you understand something.
Also, when you read these terms you've got to take in the context that there written. Like who wrote them, what subject are they dealing with, when it was written, and where it was written.