Forgiveness please as I am sure this topic has been discussed in detail before, however I could not seem to find a thread directly addressing my thought. Obviously into the 10s and 5s, there must be some sacrifice made between large load progression and number of days spent zaging. But at what cost to number of days spent at the same load do you give up in order to get larger load increments for the later days in the microcycle? In the first two cycles that I have performed, I have tried to spend a MAXIMUM of one day zaging, and spread the load increments evenly over the remaining days. However, for myself as well as (I hope) some others, those load increments become REALLY small. I am most impressed with my growth in the upper leg from squats, which I am able to increase 10 lbs per session, by far the most of any one lift. So is it beneficial to spend more than 1 workout at the same weight in order to make future load increases greater? Thanks in advance.