Thansk a ton for the interest. I read about a program called the Squats and milk routine. Do one set of 20 squats, with a weight heavy enough that it is very hard to finish, almost to failure, and drink a ton of milk (soy for us obviously). The general theory behind it is that by working your largest muscle group first and close to failure, it kick starts the rest of your body's hormones to build muscle. I have gained roughly 5-10 lbs while on it, but I have also changed a good amount of other things while simultaneously doing the program, so can't 100% vouch for it. You think theres any credence to the theory? thanks.
Friday's workout was back, but I don't remeber everything, so we'll just call it good.
The "squats and milk" program is pretty much the same one that I was thinking of
Typically, I've seen it done as a once-per-week program, never seen anyone doing the squatting as a daily part before. Though, I'm sure that with the frequency that your body is definitely well-primed for squat mode from the regular abuse, so that's got to be a bonus
I've always heard great things about the program - my mental toughness for heavy high-rep squats sucks, though, so I've always been more of a low-rep guy myself.
Best of success with the training!