I have not read either. But I do feel that the advanced athlete doesn't need to hit maximal load on a weekly basis which I believe is the foundation to the cube. That concept has merit.Have a question if you don't mind... What are your opinions on Brandon Lilly's Cube Method and his new 365 Strong? I just started reading the cube and will read the other next. I've never actually followed a power lifting routine before and was considering doing so, which is why I'm reading those right now to start with.
Thanks in advanced.
I don't have to work to do max effort squats or pulls every week to maintain or even progress. I really only seem to need to hit one heavy session once a month or even less to maintain and 1-2 times a month to progress. Now understand I get a significantly different training response from the weights I use than a 300lb squatter. A 300lb squatter, even though training at the same percentages may have to train 1-2 times a week to move forward. This is ONE reason why there is no secret magic program that works for everyone. You must asses and learn how your body responds which takes years in the gym sticking with one program at a time and following it through. Then over time you must learn what changes to makes as you body changes over time. A lot of programs are designed for lifters at the earlier stages of that continuum, the cube works for others at a different point. This is a very simplistic answer as there are a number of other variables but gives you some perspective.Could you explain a little more on this?
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