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In terms of individual differences, the Lilliebridge method does employ AMRAP sets. So, due to the AMRAP sets, you can always make progress at your own pace – more or less. If the jump in weight is too slow for you, just add reps on your next AMRAP set.
 
There are also several different templates provided so the frequency can be manipulated a little bit. If you do better training each body part twice a week, you can simply split the main bench workout from the bench accessories which is precisely what the Lilliebridge’s already do for their lowerbody work. Oppositely, if you’re an older trainee or perhaps very busy, you can combine the main lowerbody work with the lowerbody accessories and arrive at a two times per week training schedule.
 
All this said, there is zero autoregulation of volume and intensity on this program. The weights you use are determined by your last meet max. The volume, outside of the bodybuilding work, is mostly fixed and predetermined. I mean, you’re only doing one work set. If you have a bad day, the only accounting for that is not getting as many reps on your AMRAPs. If you’re someone who needs more volume, you’ll have to get it through assistance work.
 
I personally don’t believe that any program which fails to include some form of autoregulation can be optimal. Any program can incorporate the principles of autoregulation. You don’t even have to change the basic soul or integrity of the program. Though I hate to keep harping on Mike’s work as if it is the savior of powerlifting programming, any system can be integrated with RTS principles . So why not? Why not autoregulate volume? I don’t believe there is a good answer to this question.

rasturai wrote:
I talk to Eric all the time actually lol
His program is EXTREMELY simple..if you ask he will give his EXACT program to you..it's so simple he said mots ppl don't even want to follow it lol.
He also only lifts 3x a week...but cycles the lifts in a regular 4-day fashion.
He's super nice to talk to..I've been talkin to him for a couple years over the net now.
And yes his lifts increase quite a bit.
For deadlift all he does IS deadlifts.
He only does singles, he has never and never does train more than 1 rep for deadlift...and believe it or not he does a lot of leg curls lol. And just very basic.
Bent over rows, maybe some curls.
But of course it's no joke he trains hard. Simple but not easy.

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Edward Norton claims that he worked out for three months and ate lots of protein to add the 30 pounds of muscle for the role. We don’t buy it. Apparently Arnold Schwarzenegger, a close friend of Mr. Norton’s was concerned and had contacted him to ask if he was using anabolic steroids in his preparation for the the film.  American History X ‘s main character Derek Vineyard needed to be a jacked and menacing figure in order to be a terrifying nazi. And, let’s be honest,  if white supremacists all looked like the “before” picture up there, it’d be hard to take racism seriously.

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