Firts of I compete in a Raw only federation.
Those were my best competing numbers at 115kg bw at 6feet
This morning I maxed out at 135 Bench 190 Squat and 210 Deads at 82kg (still at 6feet haha), a massive drop, but then keep in mind during my car accident the right side of body was basically crushed.
I somehow feel more comfortable with the sheiko design although I accept and agree with Synthetickiller and VikingAD24 that I should probably work my way back into things.
I really appreciate your comments and feedback.
BTW synthetickiller could you post a link to that FAQ, i would really like to read it! [/quote]
I recommended the SS novice program because it is suitable for people who have a lot of quick and easy gains to be made. There is no point in hopping on a routine that has periodization built in when you are working way below your long term PRs. You should give the SS novice program a go and switch up to a Sheiko program once the gains slow down and you’ve built up some conditioning. That’s exactly what I’d do if I were in your situation.
By the way, up until recently, I had been using Sheiko training templates for about 18 months straight. My best raw lifts are 551/316/636 at ~210lb. I have also done the SS novice program and tried the 531 routine.
Here is a link to a spreadsheet I made with a bunch of Sheiko training routines: http://rapidshare.com/files/179760276/Sheiko_Spreadsheet_2008.08.25.xls
Good luck with your recovery.