Starting it tomorrow. From the Article "The Forgotten Factor: Strength" in Robert Kennedy's REPS! Magazine, Winter 2006 Edition, Page 104 Monday (Heavy Day) Back Squats: 5 x 5 ramping to limit Bench Press: 5 x 5 ramping to limit Deadlifts: 5 x 5 ramping to limit or Bent-Over Rows: 5 x 5 ramping to limit Incline Dumbbell Press: 2 x 20 Calf Raises: 3 x 30 Wednesday (Light Day) Back Squats: 5 x 5 using 50 lbs less than Monday or Lunges: 4 x 6 ramping to limit Good Mornings: 4 x 10 or Stiff-Leg Deadlifts: 4 x 10 Standing Overhead Press: 5 x 5 ramping to limit Dips: When you can do 20 reps, start adding weight and drop the reps back to 8 Curls: 3 x 15 Friday (Medium Day) Back Squats: 5 x 5 using 20 lbs less than Monday Incline Bench Press: 5 x 5 ramping to limit Shrugs: 5 x 5 ramping to limit or Clean High Pulls: 5 x 5 ramping to limit Straight Arm Pullovers: 2 x 20 Chins: 4 sets to failure You can choose either of the optional back exercises and stick with them or set them up as follows and alternate: Week A: Deadlifts, Good Mornings, Shrugs Week B: Bent-Over Rows, Stiff-Leg Deadlifts, Clean High Pulls After two or three weeks, you can add in back-off sets on all of the pressing exercises, squats, and lunges. No back-offs for any back movement. Should you want to work more on any back exercise, do another top-end set. If you get 5 reps on your top set, add weight next week. Looks pretty boss of a routine. It's going to be interesting since I have been doing bb style training for a while now. Just trying to mix things up.