I suppose I'll start with a little bit about myself. I'm 28 and 5'10. Not too sure about my weight currently. I'll check that first thing in the morning when I get to the gym. So yep, as the heading states I'm skinny and disabled hah. I'm currently being medically retired from the US Army with a diagnosis of cerebellar ataxia. It's been a trying 11 months so far. I've been dealing with the ups and downs of my disorder and the constant fatigue and lack of motivation, but now I'm finally sick of my sitting around being lazy.
I'm finally holding myself accountable. So starting tomorrow morning I'm starting the 20 rep squats routine for 6 weeks. It will definitely be hard on me considering I have coordination and mobility issues, but I will work with them and overcome them.
Mon, Wed, and Fri:
Behind the Neck Press 3x12
Bench Press 3x12
Bentover Row 3x12
Stiff Legged Deadlift 1x15
I know nothing about my maxes, but considering I haven't done much in terms of lifting for a solid 6-7 months, I'm sure my strength is quite low so I will be erring on the side of caution as I begin this routine when it comes to how much weight I use. Well, I'll check back in the morning.