Hi Guys, I've successfully gotten my way through 5 HST cycles over the last year and I'm really happy with the results. I'm probably, actually, make that definitely ready for a cut, as I got a bit carried away with the bulking phase. A friend passed me a copy of body by science, and I'm intrigued. Is it just lazy man's training-ie you only have to do 10 minutes a week for your perfect body, or is there something to it. There's elements that I feel actually align with HST, or should I say, I see how HST actually kind of aligns with some of the ideas in the book. I was basically wondering what anyone who's read the book thinks? From what I can gather, the authors claim that the fast twitch fibres that are activated right at the threshold of effort (not exactly, but I can't express it any better) require at least a week to recover, and they aim to activate the different fibre types to a similar degree throughout the single set that's performed. I figure that the HST system does something similar, as you're only really hammering yourself at max intensity one workout per fortnight, and possibly the rest of the fibre types (that the author states have quicker recovery times) are receiving stimilus more frequently. Although it's predominantly a strength program I have to say I'm tempted to give it a run for 8 weeks and see what happens, but I thought I'd seek out the wisdom of the HST community first!