I’m no expert, but I believe it depends on your qualification. If you are a lower-level lifter (if your squat is below 350), you’d probably get more benefit from higher reps. It’s very individual though.
When you hit your max, is it realllll slow? If so, then speed work might help you. If you are a “hit or miss” type lifter that doesn’t grind out reps at all, then higher-rep work would help you.[/quote]
I’ve never did a WS approach or a WS4SB approach, ive always done classic style accumulation and max strength lfting since I am a track guy. I figured the offseason would be the time for me to work on my strength levels (230-BP, 280-Full BSq 190-PC)and to gain some quality lbs to my skinny frame.
but on the 1rm test question, its more or less a mix of both, im usually a hit or miss guy mostly, but sometimes when going for a 1rm i go pretty slow at times.