Hi All. Long time lurker, first time poster. I have learned much from reading up on this great site. Unfortunately living in South Africa I don't have 24/7 broadband access so I don't get too many chances to read through the hundreds of pages on these forums, so sorry if some questions have previously been answered.
I have just started the Waterbury Method workout program. I have a few quick questions:
1. I believe that between A1/A2 and B1/B2 there should always be 60 seconds rest, correct? I got the spreadsheet which shows them as supersets so its A1, 0s rest, A2, 60s rest etc. but I read in the WM thread that it was not like that, right?
2. How are you actually meant to feel after the 10x3? I have never done it before, first time this week, and I did not feel absolutely blasted like some people report. I did 10x3 squats with a weight roughly 80% of 1RM. The last 2 sets I just made the 3. My legs yesterday and today (I trained on Monday) felt a little fatigued and wobbly but nothing major.
3. What are possible problems of doing A1/A2/B1/B2 as straight sets and not antagonistically, ie. A1 x 4, A2 x 4 etc? I find that in my busy gym it is very difficult to 'book' two pieces of equipment as required for antagonistic training.