-I’ve been doing high performance mass program following the upper and lower pressing for a couple weeks and I love the training, best I’ve done for me in awhile. You mention planning to write more exercises for this in the article, I was wondering if you ever wrote it somewhere and what other kind of exercises you think would work great with this style?
-I’ve been doing the sled work usually after all the lower leg work with varying speeds and weights. Is there a certain way you think sled is most effective? As per say sprint pushes vs heavier style pushes
-I was searching for more new articles if you wrote any on the high performance mass program but didn’t find any. If there is, I’d love to be directed to them so I can read and learn more. If not, is there anything you would add to this style of training now from learning over time? I understand new ideas come in all the time and things change.
I was actually researching this program a lot several weeks ago. The videos recorded for this training method were very helpful in understanding how to create a program that follows this principle.<br />
From what I remember many exercises can be combined to achieve this layout, as long as they all share the same or very similar movement pattern. I see the whole session to essentially be one giant mechanical drop set.<br />
Snatch Grip High Pull<br />
Clean Grip Low Pull<br />
Military Press<br />
Push Press<br />
High Incline Bench Press<br />
Push Press<br />
Bench Press<br />
Bench Press from pins
This reply was modified 2 weeks, 3 days ago by SVellone.
I was thinking the same! I’ve seen the videos and it lays it out pretty well and the training has been fun for the time I’ve been doing it. I guess since he posted the article around 2 years ago I was wondering if he’d made any new findings with it or changed anything. Either way it seems like a great hybrid strength/size method.