i was wondering the same thing. however, the ONLY problem i have with doing Waterbury’s (or anybodys) program right after the other is that you cant really improve on them. for example, if i started his ABBH I program and did that for about 6 weeks and then did TTT, the gains i made wouldnt last. what im trying to say is, by changing things too often, you cant become good (or really strong) at particular movements.
i suggest pick 1,2 or 3 (at most) programs from Waterbury and cycle through those. i like his HH and TBT, and im deciding on a third, probably a 4 day split cuz the other two are 3x a week.however, when you come to think of it, most of his programs are basically the same, with only minor differences and with how things are set up. with the majority of his programs, he simply changes exercises throughout the week along with the set/rep parameters. his TBT can almost be made into his QD if you simply add an explosive day into it. see what i mean? this is how i want to set things up:
1 week de-load
i may add an explosive day in the TBT plan, but i’ll see when the time comes.