What do you guys think about alternating workouts between high and low reps. Meaning, low reps with heavy resistance, then the next day using high reps with light restance. I never thought there'd be an issue until reading this article: http://www.bodybuilding.com/content/high-reps-low-reps-which-rep-scheme-is-best.html Monday's workout would tell your body it's time to get big, but then Wednesday's workout will kick your body into a bit of strength mode. Finally, Friday's workout will run counter to Monday's and place the emphasis on raw strength. What is a confused body to do?! It's kind of why an elite level sprinter can't simply wake up one day, decide to run a marathon, and hope to be awesome at both distances. While I'm saying that you need to spend time on both ends of the neural-metabolic continuum, you need to have some patience and zero-in your efforts on one at a time. The general rule is to spend at least 4-6 weeks focusing on one end before you even think about heading to the other.