I'm not really sure where to share this. I have been doing FT and DC for close to a year now. Although I have not made drastic changes in size, I have made drastic improvements in body composition, strength and overall muscular density. This is more or less a log of what I do and to also share my thoughts on these two training programs. I don't go back and forth on the two. At first I did DC training for a total of 24 weeks, and fortitude training for approximately another 24. And now I am going to go back into DC training since I have gotten even stronger so now I have to reduce the frequency and to also reduce my exercise selection in comparison to FT. Thoughts: At first when I made the switch, I thought that FT was an "evolved" version of DC training but it's more of like a distant cousin and upon closer inspection, the two training programs might share some similarities but ultimately differ in training principles. DC focuses on heavy progressive weights, multi rep rest pause, extreme stretching, cardio, blast and cruise. Meanwhile the FT program's principles can be narrowed down to frequency, variety, and periodization. Both training programs definitely focus on progressive overload. But there are more "variables" with FT that you can manipulate to achieve that overload, whereas DC training is much more straightforward (keep adding weight or reps). An analogy I can think of is FT works like a very sharp scalpel, while DC is a hammer. I'm going to continue to share my thoughts on FT and DC as time goes on and share my progress with DC as well. If you guys have any questions or valuable inputs when it comes to these two programs please don't hesitate to share.