No, I'm not lying, neither am I bragging. Because the "whole rack" is 100 pounds of plates in my home's basement that I use as a gym. Now that I am able to squat this staggering load over a whopping 12 times without failure, however, I don't know what to do with this lift next. If I continue to add reps for progression eventually it will become even more of a grind than the treadmill. Right now I'm squatting three times a week.
I have no time during the week to go down to the actual gym to workout except on the weekend.
Note: It's the same story with deadlifts, too.
Note 2: You can see the attached screenshot of a spreadsheet I made, that should clarify what I'm trying to say a little better. I mention "pull-ups" there too, because I would do those at the gym as well (don't have a high enough bar to do it at home)
Note 3: Should say "Bent-over row", not just "row"
So, would it be better to move the squat and deadlift lifts to being done once a week so that I could increase the weight on them at the gym? Or is it too little frequency?