TC’s new article hits a point of interest/contention that I’d like your input on. TC states that one should avoid using the SSC “technique” for mass purposes.
Now this makes me wonder…as it seems that I read by Dr. Fred Hatfield that concentric accleration is really what matters for type IIB stimulation. Of course you’ve made many statements to the same effect. Hatfield is a big proponent of CAT, and I see that you and Staley are also. What is the biggest difference between SSC and CAT?
Also, Poliquin still stands by TUT as a significant marker in training. He uses a biochemical explanation about cellular reactions etc… as part of his rationale. Now we know that volume can be attained in a superior way by employing the inverse of standard BB protocols such as 3x10 becoming 10x3 etc… The only angle he would seem to have is this cellular aspect. Thoughts? TUT is otherwise a seemingly pretty weak marker.