You wanna be big, strong or bigstrong? Competing or just lifting for yourself?
Whatever the answer…
Srsly tho a year of training and strength should come back quick. Muscle probably a bit slower. Muscle memory is legit and it won’t take you as long to get back your gains as getting them the first time.
Dunno how strong you are but even if advanced would still train intermediate level programs for a bit to let muscle memory (almost like noob gains) go to work. Once you are near your previous levels then you can switch back onto whatever program you were using before your lay off.
If I had all the time would probably run a twice a day 3 days a week program with fun conditioning like cycling or football thrown in all over the place. Something like Bench/Upper Assistance & Accessories in the AM and Deadlift or Squat alternating / Lower Assistance & Accessories in the PM and doing my own programming because whatever name you slap on your program it all boils down to the same basic principles. Would be nice to be fresh and focused mentally and physically for each powerlift.
Just because you can lift 3 times a day 7 days a week doesn’t mean you get special gains. You can probably take all the drugs in the world and train twice a week and still do too much volume, under recover/overreach and make sub optimal gains nvm having 20ish workouts. If you have all the time in the world and you really want to be doing lifting related shit perfect your diet, maximise fatigue management e.g. sleep loads + nap frequently and minimise stress/relaxing activities and work on mobility/go to yoga classes and fuck bitches.
Maybe set some fitness related goals that are still fun like a sub 10sec 100m sprint (Usain Bolt pls) or run a marathon or something skill related or a sport.
Maybe spend some time with friends/family… nah fuck that shit. Get in contact with Boris Sheiko and pay the man so he can get you on dem russian gains. inb4 1850 total