I’d say do the back phase on IBB, but also read Dr. Clay’s article “Builder a Bodybuilder Back” and substitute workouts in. Ex:
Day 1 - Rack Pulls + Deadlifts + Medium-Grip Pull-Ups + Cable Rows
Day 3 - Rack Pulls + Barbell Rows + deadlifts + medium-grip pull-ups + cable rows
Day 5 - Power cleans from hang & db rows + med. ball slams & pulldowns
Possible Width Spec.
Day 1 - Rack Pulls + Medium-Grip Pull-Ups + V-Bar Pulldowns or Nuetral grip Pull-Ups (this is just a personal thing, i can really feel my lats) + Cable Rows
Day 3 - Rack Pulls + V-Bar Pulldowns/Nuetral-Grip Pull-Ups + Deadlifts + Cable Rows + Medium-Grip Pull-Ups
Day 5 - Med. Ball Slams & Pulldowns Or V-Bar Pulldowns + Power Cleans from Hang & DB rows
This is just how id do it, im not saying this is 100% the right way to do it.[/quote]
No offense, but don’t bastardize programs. Coaches set up and pick the exercises they do for a reason. If you want to follow said program, great. Otherwise make up your own.
I wasn’t trying to bastardize the program, its a great program, but its directed slightly more towards thickness than width. And i was trying to say that just by switching a few exercises you won’t entirely disrespect it and you’ll get the width you want.