Hey everyone, I am about to try something that I've never read about being done before. I'm going to do deadlift carries/Waterbury Walks five days a week and shoot for a weekly volume of 100,000+ pounds lifted.
For this, I plan to use at least 70% 1RM and to wave my volume by 60% on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I'll increase the weight 5-10 pounds each week and take a deload every fourth week. I'll do some plyometrics 1-2 times a week to keep up my speed.
My thought process behind this routine is that an extreme amount of time under tension, while still using a heavy enough load, will allow for very fast hypertrophy. I've helped my dad with warehouse work in the summer and gained weight like crazy while hauling things around day in and day out.
I know overtraining is a possibility, but I'm 17, eat like a horse, and have plenty of time to rest.
I would like to know what everyone, readers, mods, and authors think of this plan. It's going to be hard, but I think it'll work.