or, "Myo making me crazy!" I know I'm trying to over complicate it, but I'm hooked on the myo-reps concept, and would prefer to keep my workouts under 30 minutes. I've always done HST by doing 2x15, 2x10, 2x5. I wonder if I left something on the table by not doing more volume on the 5s. So, I'm wanting to somewhat pattern it on 2x15, 3x10, 4x5, but without the added time. Initially shoot for 30 reps each lift, but let it taper down naturally as it takes more myo-reps. At some point around 15 reps, add one normal set, then by the 5s, it's two sets of activation/myo. Exercises are grouped by two for quicker rest breaks (shoulder press/deadlift, bench/rows, etc). Starting with 30 reps with an estimate weight of what I think I should be able to easily do. Then increase deadlifts/squats by 20 lbs and bench/rows by 10 lbs each workout. If the weight is the same as the previous workout (some lifts will progress faster/slower), add at least a few more effective reps. That way I'm not doing sets of 5 on some lifts, but 10 on others. So, the progression (obviously not completely linear) would hypothetically look something like: 1x30 1x30 (tougher) 1x30 (guessing it's close to RM) 1x20 + myo (5) 1x20 + myo (4, 4) 1x20 + myo (3, 3, 3) 1x18 + myo (5, 4, 3) 1x18, + myo (4, 4, 3) (does this equal 2x15?) 1x15 + myo (etc) 1x15 + myo 1x15 + myo 1x12, 1x12+ myo (does this equal 3 sets?) 1x12, 1x10+ myo 1x10, 1x10+ myo 1x8, 1x5+ myo 1x8, 1x5 + myo 1x5+myo, 1x5 + myo (does this equal 4x5?) 1x5+myo, 1x5 + myo 1x5+myo, 1x5 + myo Worth trying for the sake of an experiment?