Hey guys! New member to T-Nation, but a long time follower. Before I get into my question I just want to give a small intro. I'm a month away from turning 20. Before high school I was a competitive soccer player.
Upon beginning high school I began running track and wrestling, which naturally got me into the weight room. After graduating I went to college and continued lifting. February of 2013 I was hit by a car riding my motorcycle back from the gym. It was a head on collision with both of us doing 45. They were texting and swerved in front of me. The motorcycle and myself flipped over the car, the motorcycle exploded, and I broke both arms, fractured my right knee, broke all 10 toes, and bulged my L2.
I had nothing short of a miraculous recovery and began integrating back into the gym after 2 months. During the time I dropped from 160 lbs to 140. I have regained my weight and I'm up to 167. My lift numbers are as follow, all done raw:
Squat: 275 hamstring to calf
Bench Press: 235
Overhead Press: 155
Weighted Dips: bw+100x5
Weighted Chins: bw+70x3
Now into the question. Recent circumstance has me driving and living 2 hours away from home from sunday night to friday morning. The only time I can acess the gym is friday night, Saturday, and Sunday morning.
My real question is this enough lifting to justify eating my bmr+500 cal/day during the week or will my excess calories not have any "damage" to repair by midweek and be stored otherwise? Should I consume maintenance on weekdays and surplus on weekends?
Really lost at this point and could use some help. My lift numbers are most important to me, but body composition is a close second.