I am on a very similar program currently (Russian strength-skill by CT), utilizing the almost the same template as this program (Monday, Thursday: floor press, deadlift followed by accessory work, and Tuesday, Friday Squat,Press,etc with cleans, jerks and FS on Sat) I wonder if in your experience, does alternating Sumo/regular deadlifts or squat stances/bench grips help overcome any weak spots and avoid over-training movements? I, like you, as I've read, tore my pectoralis major (complete tear) and partially tore my labrum. I had surgical reattachment of the pec tendon last July.
I've come a long way to be able just to press 2 45 plates again, but tried dips the other day and couldn't do a single one...my shoulder instability at the bottom is like an earthquake, not painful, just weaker than Ghandi after an 8 month fast. I have done extensive rehab and have regained mobility and my strict overhead press is about 120 with no pain. (I weigh 150, if that makes it any less pathetic). However,to not waste any more of your time reading my life story,I was wondering what has helped you with your labrum tear in getting strong again and what bodyweight assistance exercises for triceps and shoulders can you suggest for someone like me? I've been doing slow negative lowering on dips,just to build some stability on them again. Thanks again for your time.