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Remember the primal law "lift heavy things"! Your routine seems pretty primal to me. What I do is to "primailfy" my own intense lifting is to try to NEVER do the same split/exersices/reps two weeks in a row. I gym 3(sometimes 4) times a week and work every muscle directly once a week, and get some indirect work from the "basic" movements, presses, squats, rows.
I also use lots of supersetting: benchpress/barbell row, chin ups/incline press, curls/extensions etc.
As long as the "law" is followed you will be doing fine.
I too used to do the Musclehack MANS diet and THT training. The carb ups left me feeling like crap for a couple of days afterwards. No motorvation, energy, lethargic etc. How are you finding the PB way of life and lifting heavy things ? Having no structure to a workout seems alien to me but am always willing to give it a go !!
I used MANS and TSPA for a while, but TSPA was way to much calculation for me. I still use ideas and principals from both. MANS is very primal friendly for the lowcarb part obviously. I still do a "carb-up" every now and then, but it isn't religiously every weekend...only if my performance dictates that I need one. Also I keep the carb ups primal which seems to prevent the lethargic feelings afterwords...
Also the HIIT from TSPA fits with the primal blueprint, but I do less of it...but when I do do it it is very intense and all out
I never really did THT because of my schedule. I actually follow stronglifts 5x5...this last week has been kinda unschedule/light because of work...but if you check out my other log ( http://www.fitnessspotlight.com/foru...st=0&sk=t&sd=a ) you'll get a better idea of what I do.
my back squats have gone from 165 to 210....so somethings gotta be working