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Hey guys, i've read the book and want to start giving it a go. Anyone know where i can get an Excel spreadsheet from?

Thanks for any help.

2. it wouldn't be too hard to set up. i'm not super familiar with the method, but equations are really easy to work with in excel

3. not the best idea. It isn't an exact science. Not 5/3/1 or 5x5. More of an outline of how he sees it working.

4. Spread sheets would be tough to do. The workouts change a lot.

5. If you think that a spreadsheet would be effective or appropriate, you have a poor grasp of the program.

6. I dont really understand how 3x3 matrix is a 'cube method'. More like a square method.

7. Originally Posted by Gay4Moleman
I dont really understand how 3x3 matrix is a 'cube method'. More like a square method.
http ://vixra.files.wordpress.com/2010/08/rubiks-cube.jpg

because you can only see 3 sides of a cube at the same time

8. I have the Ebook and all I do is write down my schedule/rotations of RE, DE, ME days, take a picture of the day's lifts on my phone, and take note of the %'s if it's a new week. Not hard.

9. Originally Posted by Gay4Moleman
I dont really understand how 3x3 matrix is a 'cube method'. More like a square method.
Its actually a 3x3x3 plan.

10. Originally Posted by bigred82
Its actually a 3x3x3 plan.
You sir, gave a better explanation than i did

11. Here is a good spreadsheet OP,

Dead Day- W1- ME 2- DE 3- RE
Bench Day-1- DE 2- RE 3- ME
Squat Day- 1-RE 2- ME 3- DE
A fourth (possibly fifth) day is added to focus on bodybuilding/weaknesses.

12. ## Bump

fwiw.

OR

strengthmotive.com/blog/powerlifting/planning-the-cube-method/ (free)

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