The article on Key Principles to Growth was very helpful to me. I had a question about understanding the science behind the differences in lifting strategies. I wanted to know what the difference is between doing this 6 rep approach incrementally increasing the weight over 6 sets before reaching your true 6 rep max weight, compared to any other approach, like say, doing lighter 10-12 rep max warm up sets and then immediately jumping to your max 6 rep weight, for 2-3 sets, and then finishing with the rest/pause +2 +2 +2. Why or in what way is doing 6 reps of lighter weights beneficial before you reach your 6 rep max set over the alternative approach? Or, what happens to your muscles when you're doing this compared to the alternative, I guess is what I'm asking. Or I guess another angle of the question would be is that I understand why the number 6 is the magic number, but why does that number apply to more than just the max weight you can do at 6 reps? If my questions don't make sense, I'll try reasking them another 7 or 8 ways. Thanks.