Alright, so my schedule has just gotten totally out of control and inconsistent due to all kinds of life related shit. So I’ve rough drafted something that will potentially allow me to quickly regulate and do workouts that I want to finish, instead of backing out because reasons A, B, or C. I’m more limited on time than I’ve ever been, and I actually enjoy my home life and relationship again, so those are coming first, however I want to keep making progress, even if my priorities have changed.
Here’s the loose outline, any advice would be appreciated.
Something that will help me focus and get back in the game.
Get some lost strength back from weightloss and stay fit
Pull Ups Super/Giant Set Warm-Up
-alternate wide grip, nuetral, and chin ups. Keep movement varied, add chains, weight, negatives, etc. Superset with relative warm ups for the main lift, something to get my heart rate up. Something similar to super light conditioning.
Core lift. Work up to a top set of 3-5 on bench squat or dead. Pick a rep number during the day, based off how I feel, sleep, food intake, etc. Can be comp lift or very close supplemental (ie slight grip variation, chains, pins, etc) . Once again, keep it varied and pick based off daily self evaluation.
Volume Core Lift. Back off. Do 3-4 sets of 8-10 reps. If Core Lift was Comp, do supplemental lift here and vice versa, if core lift was supplemental, do comp lift for volume.
Assistance. Giant sets. Minimum of 2 Legs, 2 back, 2 arms, and 3 core per week. Can run as a circuit for a predetermined time frame, or prescribed sets. Focus on high reps, hypertrophy, until failure etc.
I figure this keeps things loose enough to allow me to coordinate based on how I feel that day, but also doesnt feel like I’m spinning my wheels.