I was hoping any users of Ian King’s “White Men Can Jump” program could answer a few questions for me. I posted a few days ago, but have some more detailed questions now. Basically, I was wondering if we’re supposed to do the same workout (I’m on phase one) twice per week, split it up into two workouts, or do the workout once per week and another leg workout of your own making for the second workout that week. I’m asking because although I’ve started it out doing the same workout twice per week and it’s almost impossible. King doesn’t mention, for example, how much of your one-rep maximum you should be lifting, and, during the 2x6 squat for example, I’ve been doing about 80%. This gives me a really intense workout, but makes it really hard to do the other exercises (particularly the multiple sets of one-legged body weight squat variations) and I’ve been really struggling to get even halfway through the second day of that week. The way I see it, I can either split up the workout, do my own (relatively low-volume) workout on the second day, lower the percentage I’m lifting, or suck it up and deal with it. The latter seems tempting, but although I’ve got some pretty strong legs and have a pretty good ability to tough it out, this seems pretty intense. Anyway, any suggestions would be much appreciated.