I've been at it pretty hard.  I've been playing around a little bit - doing things in different order, doing timed sets... kind of doing what I feel like at the time.

I decided for some reason to actually set up numbers instead of just following my set progressions.  Not sure where I'm going with this, but it'll be nice to actually have to pay attention to the weights I load on the bar again.  Sounds like a small thing, but it's some variety in an otherwise monotonous program.

  • SSB Box Squat: 175x5/200x5/225x5, FSL: 50 reps at 175
  • KB Row: 5x10 w/70lbs
  • Dips: 5x10

The new plan is to get my "heavy work in and then get 50 total reps of my FSL work and Assistance work.  For fun I used my assistants and had them calculate my total volume for the day.  I did 25 reps of my main squat work, 50 reps FSL, 50 Dips and 50 Rows - I wasn't sure how to calculate that so I just used my bodyweight.  Turned out to be 29,525lbs lifted today.  I have no idea what that means.  I'm going to calculate it for the other three workouts just so I have an idea.  Again, no clue where I'm going with this, but now I know how much I lifted so...

I'm getting motivated to do a write-up of my summer training sessions.  I'm actually writing down some notes so I can present it with a plan instead of the random thoughts I usually write down.  Not sure it'll read any better, but that's what's happening.