Assume I am constantly focused on good technique & am not overly aggressive with chasing weight...
Can I as a skinny/muscular guy (6' 160lbs) get away with a routine focused on singles.
With a goal of regularly doing ~315lb singles on squats & deads over (3-6 months).
I have no desire to gain bodyweight & would settle for less bar weight if that was necessary.
I have been experimenting with this for 3 weeks & have progressed from 185 to 225 on squats.
I still need to get better at my deadlift technique & thus have chosen not to move past 185 with those (this is an easy weight otherwise).
please assume & have a very balanced set of exercises in the 7 basic movements & plenty of technique work. I'm particularly concerned about evenly engaging my left/right sides. Side note: my personal favorite exercise is the overheard squat but I don't focus on heavy weights with it yet.
I train everyday rotating between front/back/dead & play the intensity by ear. So far I have been able to avoid soreness.
I have a wiry build & want to mainly train with singles (plenty of assistance/technique work on the side) to make a significant gain in strength while avoiding soreness & weight gain.
Is this reasonable? could I go even further... around 365-405lbs?