The implementation of chains and bands have made a 500 bench and 800 squat a joke!
At Westside we've always taken the approach of "try it first, then figure out why second." I feel this is the correct way to train. If it doesn't work, well, you've still learned something.
Zatsiorsiky defines accommodating resistance as using special means to accommodate resistance throughout the entire range of motion rather than a specific point.
I figured he'd say something in regard to flexibility training or partner assisted exercises. He told me he wanted to attach them to weighted barbells, an idea suggested to him by Dave Williams of Liberty University.