I have been reading through your black book and stumbled upon some info that is confusing me, and would like to ask to learn more if I may. So in chapter 3-4 you state fiber dominance and the rep/set range for fiber dominance. Than in chapter 5 you state the blocks, and how one should plan those. My first question: If I understand it correctly, If I plan a strenght block for someone who is fast-twitch dominant, than the hypertrophy work to maintain should be done in that optimal range (e.g. 3-5x5 @80%)?
If one plans to follow the layout in the book (1. 3x5 @85%, 2. 3x5 85%, 3x3 90%, etc), how many times could a lift be trained a week? And if it is possible to do more than once, should one reduce the work for the second workout (eg. 3x3-5 @80%)?
The more confusing for me is the planning of a hypertrophy block. How would like take fiber dominance into account there?
The book states: 1. 3x8, 2. 3x8, 3x6, etc. Staying at the fast-twitch dominant topic, would it need to be modified to reach optimal result for someone who is fast twitch dominant (e.g. 4x6, instead of 3x8)?
Also, in a hypertrophy block what is the necessary strenght work to maintain the strenght level (Ramp to 3 RM once a week, ramp to the TM once a week from the previous block, 3x3 90%)?
My last question is regarding hypertrophy in general. Should one always aim for maximum amount of reps that can be completed, if the set and weight is fixed, or the reps should remain and more sets to be added? In english my question would be, if I take a load of 60%, and according to my fiber dominance I should be able to do 2x12 with it, but I am able to do 15, should I do 15, or add a 3 set? Or does it even necessary, and 2x12 will suffice?
How do you take fiber dominance into account when planning a program in general?
Could you please shed some light in these? I am eager to learn more. Thank you for your time in advance, and sorry for the long post