I scanned down through the topics and didn't notice this being discussed yet so I'm making a new thread--I apologize if this has already been done to death.
Long story short. I tore my left biceps tendon, had surgery but the orthopedic doc has me doing no upper body exercises for months.
I managed to get around this slightly by using a Hise Shrug and going heavy on Front Squats. Not a perfect solution by surprisingly effective for now. I also rotate the back squat. Which then got me thinking.
Since I'm basically in a situation where I can only leg press of squat it serves as a perfect time to go on a leg specialization cycle. This of course led me to re-reading all the Bulgarian/Daily Max Squatting articles and forum threads.
I'm 43. Except for the bicep tendon I'm good and I've got many years lifting under my belt, mostly Dino-style.
Anyone here over 40 try the daily max squatting program and, if so, how did you fair?