Something I have always wondered and not sure if I have missed it or not but the Barry Ross Deadlift program states: "Do 2 or 3 sets of 2 or 3 reps each (85-plus percent of your 1-rep max), and then follow each set with plyometric exercises" While I love the approach I've never understood how one would build a program on this? Let's say for example the athlete is beginning his or her season (ie let's say 12 weeks or 3 months). For simple math, let's say their deadlift max is 100 lbs. It doesn't make sense to me that the athlete would lift 2 or 3 sets of 2 or 3 reps at 85 lbs every session (especially if they have 36 training sessions over the season (3/week for 12 weeks); as the law of accommodation would kick in. Would the program be structured to 1) wave the load between 85-95 every few weeks 2) linear progression ie (cycle 1 85,90,95 cycle 2 (add 5 lbs) 85, 90,95, etc. or perhaps some other variation? Hope that question makes sense and would love to hear how others view this program. Thanks in Advance!