So heres my plan for working around this bum knee I have right now:
My heavy lower body days (ie, Wednesdays) are going to consist of RDL’s and rack pulls for my heavy lift. Then Ill do some sort of PC assistance lift (glute-ham, reverse hyper, pull thru, etc.), unilateral glute/ham work (bridges, glute pulls, 1-leg hyper, etc), then some grip work and standing abs.
Im tired of not moving heavy slag when I work lower body, so Im going to try to add some serious weight to my RDL and rack pull (think 365 for reps on RDL and 500-550 on rack pull. I figure if I do this, I can not only maintain my PC strength, but actually get stronger without doing any more damage to my injured knee (patellar tendon injury means nothing involving any significant amount of knee flexion). This way, once my knee issues are worked out, I should be able to come back and pull more and hopefully squat as much or more as I did before my injury.
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