Well, we're on to the second week of tens, where in the Pimp book Jules says some specialization can be added. This is what we've been doing: Dips Overhead Press Lat PD Squat Hammer Strength row Romanian DL Curl My arms are pretty embarrassing for how big the rest of me is (pithy 15" arms at over 200lbs), if I were to want to bring them up with specialization, I would go with stretch point (metabolic to come during the 5s, we'll cross that bridge when we come to it). Now, as far as the exercises, out of the Pimp book I got db incline curls and skull crushers. I do my core routine on MWF, and am planning on doing the isos on T and Th (like Fausto's routine). Anyways, maybe my reading comprehension sucks, but what about weight, sets, and reps for the isos? The metabolic stuff was easier to find: 1 set, light weight, go for the burn then stop, reps weren't that important. But what about the stretch point? Use a weight that made a "big stretch," start cheating the concentric when you can't raise it anymore, keep increasing the weight. Am I right so far?