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Thanks, that makes a lot of sense. And I already see a die roll based variability options and a benchmark to either progress in weight or in complexity of the chain (E.g. adding a snatch).mvikred
All are good options — the variability is the great thing.
You can do an easy day of 30-40 sets and a higher volume day going for 50-60 and let the times vary naturally and by feel looking for trends as you perform the sessions.
My personal metric for when I need a more challenging variation is when I can hit double the sets of the time frame—meaning if I hit 40 sets or more in 20 min then I need a more challenging variation.
One last question from me. In the video you have mentioned adding a swing based session at the end but any particular reason you have not made swing as a part of the chain? I.e. can it be Swing+clean+press+squat as one option? especially for weights that one cannot snatch for 40 sets??