did you factor in your level of preparedness? remember, its not about routines, its about the full monte; diet, nutrition, recovery, and THEN training all coexisting as secondary to correctly applying that to your genetics.
also, you cant stand sitting around? well you cant stand being brutally strong can you? as one guy said, what are you trying to do here?
do you understand the impact that heavy training, be it cleans, overhead presses, or squats have on your cns? the way it taxes your system and inhibits you from doing it over, and over at the same level of intensity.
each set is supposed to setup the next set, in regards to not only how much weight is lifted, but injury prevention, my friend if you want to succeed, first make a choice, stick to that choice, and if you believe you can, you already have.
the residual training effect of a well thought out program can catapult you to whatever you desire, but just winging it will slingshot you down into obscurity.
dont be like most people; dont be an average gym rat reluctant to get a compliment; happy to be among the norm.
listen to your body, and this is huge....REST.
and if you think im taking this serious, i take everything serious, dont hold it against me.