What follows is totally geeky stuff, discussing why I decided to do it the way I have and giving some of the physiology of muscles as background. You don't need this, but is included for those that want to know.
Caveats. This site is for reference for my students, for me to finally organize my thoughts and for the curious. I am not a trainer, I am an athlete who has come up with a pretty useful training plan for myself and my students. In the spirit of being completely forthright and clear, I will just give the translation of the standard legal disclaimer: Anything you use from this site is at your own risk, it serves absolutely no purpose of any sort, is strictly informational and you are a dummy for listening to me.
I'd also like to thank two of my training buddies who demonstrate several of these. Nathan Ali and Alexander D'Erizans. Good job dudes, and thanks!