View Single Post
Old 01-27-2012, 06:28 PM   #5
Beast
Senior Member
Brawn
Points: 354, Level: 7 Points: 354, Level: 7 Points: 354, Level: 7
Activity: 19% Activity: 19% Activity: 19%
 

Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: London, GB
Posts: 110
Training Type: Powerbuilding
Fav Exercise: Deadlift
Fav Supp: Red meat
Reputation: 5885
Beast is a consistent contributorBeast is a consistent contributorBeast is a consistent contributorBeast is a consistent contributorBeast is a consistent contributorBeast is a consistent contributorBeast is a consistent contributorBeast is a consistent contributorBeast is a consistent contributorBeast is a consistent contributorBeast is a consistent contributor
Default

Well I assumed cycle to cycle would be the same as wave to wave, however given your example that seems somewhat unlikely!

I really can't see any clear explanation in the book though.

Given the heavy influence of 5/3/1 upon the Juggernaut method, is it maybe a simple case of adding an arbitrary "x"lbs to your working max and re-starting? Failing that, Chad Wesley Smith is still listing his training log on EliteFTS, you can ask him a question directly via EliteFTS - Superior Products and Knowledge for Lifters, Athletes, Coaches, and Trainers
Beast is offline   Reply With Quote