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    Lookin for a program to gain size, but at the same time increase all out strength... I wanna incorporate both, any ideas??

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    5/3/1 with an assistance template based off the Periodization Bible

    WSB4SB

    Layne Norton's PHAT if you're more into bodybuilding type stuff, but still want strength focused days.
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    Good idea... I'll take a look at that..
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    Cube Method is good too. My trainer has me on a variation of it.
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    True^ Did a variation of it for two meets
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    question, how do you do a variation of a program that has you vary it to fit your needs?

    to me its like saying i drive a variation of a car. nope. its still a car. it may be made by a different manufacturer, it may be a different year, but its still a car, or a truck, or a van, etc. but notice how its still called car insurance even if you have a van or truck....
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    By variation, I mean; the only thing I took from the Cube Method, recently, was the rotation of ME/DE/RE each week. I did not follow his sets/reps, nor did I follow his overload/underload supplemental work how he stated should be followed, thus: my own variation of it.

    I get your point. I was only stating that I didn't follow it how it's written in the book exactly, in case the OP were to look into it. Not sure me sayin variation is either right or wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asooneyeonig View Post
    question, how do you do a variation of a program that has you vary it to fit your needs?

    to me its like saying i drive a variation of a car. nope. its still a car. it may be made by a different manufacturer, it may be a different year, but its still a car, or a truck, or a van, etc. but notice how its still called car insurance even if you have a van or truck....
    I do two heavy and one speed. Never a rep day. The fourth I use to train Strongman events specifically. But all of my accessory work is usually high rep, bodybuilder style. Hence, variation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dan22 View Post
    Lookin for a program to gain size, but at the same time increase all out strength... I wanna incorporate both, any ideas??
    5/3/1 - simple and best of both worlds
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    Westside ! If you really want to focus on adding muscle size do max 3 and 5's instead of singles on Max Effort days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asooneyeonig View Post
    question, how do you do a variation of a program that has you vary it to fit your needs?

    to me its like saying i drive a variation of a car. nope. its still a car. it may be made by a different manufacturer, it may be a different year, but its still a car, or a truck, or a van, etc. but notice how its still called car insurance even if you have a van or truck....
    A lot of people will take a program and change it. For example, I used Layne Norton's PHAT training for six months, but omitted the lower body hypertrophy days because I am not interested in increasing the size of my legs.
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