Currently, my idea is to run it something like this...
- Day 1) Deadlift training with squat accessory work. Additional p-chain accessory and probably some light back work.
Day 2) Press day and bench accessory work. I'm considering this being a predominantly strict press day and using event day to work push press with either axle/log depending on the week. Arm/shoulder/back work for accessory.
Day 3) Conditioning/GPP day. This will be a relatively short day devoted to all the conditioning shit I don't do, but should be doing. Hill sprints, sled work, tabata stuff, etc. During heavier weeks, this will also be an optional LISS day if I'm feeling too beat up to do much.
Day 4) Event day. I'll always start with some sort of clean and press event. Then most likely stones and farmers afterwards. Planning on a cube-ish rotation with the events (speed, endurance, and heavy).
Another idea I've toyed around with is two days of standard barbell training upper/lower split, and two days of event training upper/lower split. Sorta like this :
- Day 1) Events lower body - farmer, stones, yoke, etc.
Day 2) Standard Upper day - strict press, bench, upper accessory
Day 3) Standard lower day - deadlift, squat, lower accessory
Day 4) Event upper - clean and press, arm over arm pull, throws,etc
The basic premise of this is the standard barbell training days will be lesser intensity/higher volume with the events day being more higher intensity/less volume. Not exactly married to the order of the days, it's mostly just for example sake.
Anyways, like I said, any input is welcome as I'm kinda unsure how to go about this.