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    Also, you've been threatening to write something for the over-45 with no business gaining weight crowd--this I would gladly pay for.
    I second this.

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    Andy,

    I'd also like to see an article maybe on transitioning from a 3 day TM model to a 4 day TM split.

    Sincerely,
    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by keeptryn View Post
    I second this.
    Third it! Been looking forward to this since it was mentioned some time back.

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    If you are doing a bit on deadlift programming, can you include some general deadlift programming, in as much as how deadlifts theoretically work in isolation? I mention this because SS is a very squat heavy program, and deadlifting is reduced because of this, but i for one am interested in applying deadlifting to other programming models and 'homebrew' programming. How would you program deadlifting and assistance work for things like deadlift only, deadlift-as-often-as-squat (such as 5/3/1), deadlifting around other recovery constraints (such as throwing, athletics, contact sports etc)? hope this makes sense, and thanks!

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    Some other ideas:
    Also, general intermediate level manipulation of volume and/or intensity to continually drive progress.
    Intermediate programming for different goals - size, strength, diets/cutting, sport training, strongman, weightlifting etc.
    I second this. I'm getting close to switching over to intermediate programming, and I'd love to see more examples of how people have maintained progress over long periods of time. I get the basic principles of manipulating volume/intensity, but I think some small 'case studies' would be instructive to see how this might play out for different people - for instance, for someone with less ability to recover.

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    Andy, how to program the assistant lifts for the dead would be awesome. Idea....an article on recovery methods (ice, chiro, etc)

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    I would also like a more detailed approach to assitance lifts for the texas method. This may be outside of the articles scope since it seems the deadlift is the focus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SQUAT_316 View Post
    Idea....an article on recovery methods (ice, chiro, etc)
    I second this one. Specific injury recovery Q's usually need to be dealt with on a case-by-case, but an article on general recovery modalities for the lifter would be EXTRMELY useful.

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    I'd like to see more advice :
    1) for programming for the 40+ crowd,
    2) accessory lifts to support progress on the main lifts and how to evaluate when/why you need each one,
    3) dynamic effort programming (sets, reps, etc.) and what to look out for when you do them (bar speed, etc.)

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    Programming for the 40+ crowd

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