Well I don't want to take two weeks completely off, I want to at least maintain some of what I worked so hard for. I've already been modifying my program for 3 weeks prior to my surgery dealing with my back. My back isn't severe, it doesn't bother me during light squats (275 lbs or less) but gets there with heavy, however after squatting anything above 225, I can tell I've aggravated it. Basically, I need to give it a solid active rest. Active recovery is always better than just complete rest, I've found that out the hard way.
I basically don't have use of my R arm due to the scope. I'm only 10 days post surgery so I'm stuck with no resistance AROM right now for that arm. But my plan is since I have a 20# vest, I'm going to use that for a lot of lunges and squats. I'm going to throw in some leg presses as well as leg EXT/curls and single leg hip thrust as well.
I've got a decent arsenal of exercises I can do, but I guess my questions for posting on a BB forum were, what kind of set rep schemes could work the best for maximizing/maintaining hypertrophy during this time? Many BB use partials, or pre-fatigue their quads with leg EXT first, or even work up to sets of 30, or drop sets on exercises. Basically, what is a smart way to incorporate different schemes like that into legs 3x a week?
Also of note, I have been squatting 3x a week and deadlifting 2x a week for over 1 year now so I'm well accustomed to training legs 3x a week so I shouldn't be overreaching too terribly, it's just increased volume now since things will be lighter.