I workout in my garage, but have a pretty solid home gym. I’m usually able to modify an exercise if it requires a machine, or just sub in an alternative. My big question comes from the fact that dilf maker rep ranges and sets seem to differ a lot from the general training philosophy I see in other programs. I usually follow the PPL, but was interested in trying the dilf maker. What is the thought process behind more sets and higher reps/AMRAPS in this program vs the 5-6/8-12 rep scheme in others? Thanks!