Just ended my cycle yesterday. Exercise set is mostly similar to the vanilla HST one, with one exception that I decided not to include Squats, and I've already done 3 cycles that way. Format: Weight x Reps x Sets. Or Weight x Reps1,Reps2,RepsN for N sets. 1N, 2N etc means 1-2 Negative reps. I don't do 15's, just start with 2 weeks of 10s, 2 weeks of 5s, and 2 weeks of 5RM/negatives. Weights originally in kg, I'm providing lb numbers too: Leg press 247x5x2 (544 lb) - including the weight of the platform of 30 kg (66 lb). Inclined bench 82x3,2 (180 lb) - approx. at 35-40 degree angle, impossible to change. Leg curls 12x5x2 - measured in # of bricks, about 5-6 kg each (11-13 lb). I just stick to #bricks. Pull-ups BW+12.5x5x2 - (BW+27 lb) alternated with Seated Rows 80x5x2 (176 lb) Lying rear delt raise 10x5x2 (22 lb) BB Shrugs 92x5x2 (202 lb) BB Biceps curls 45x4+1N,5N (99 lb) Triceps extensions 12x5x2 - measured in # of bricks Calf raise 104x12x2 (229 lb) Notes: Leg press: the whole idea behind the switch from squats was to train my CNS to heavier loads. When I hopefully get to 300 kg (661 lb), I will start squatting again. BB Shrugs: dropped weight from 100 kg (220 lb) as I wasn't keeping good enough ROM and cadence (IMO). Calf raise: can do more, but the machine isn't really meant for huge weights and maxes at 84 kg (185 lb). I can hang a 20 kg (45 lb) plate or two aside, but the gym owner asked me not to do that as it may break the handles. So I just went for increasing volume and keeping good form. Now I'm off for a week of SD, will continue using this same set of exercises starting Jan 28.