My mom, List Maker Extrordinaire, was right. You can't know where you're going unless you can see(in black and white) where you've been. So, this late in my strength training, I begin...
I went back and forth trying to decide which forum to put this in; female or over 35. I've decided this will be the best place for me.
I had an accident in 2003 that left my right anterior clavicle permanantly separated (very visible both front and back in photos) and a titanium rod in my leg from a break in my right femur. The separation causes pressing limitations---no pain but lots of cracking, popping and unsteadiness. I just can't pile on too much weight. The right leg has ROM issues. That, and now it's 2 cm shorter than my left leg.
For the last year I've been doing full body 3x a week. I've made nice gains with this, but I think today was my last full body. This weekend I will be scouring other's journals and borrowing some ideas for spilts. Please feel free to suggest any you think may be good for me.
Overall, I'm happy with the size and leanness of my upper body. It's my lower that disappoints me, with its lack of detail and separation. I'm befuddled how to achieve this without making my upper look emaciated.
Wide Grip Pull up
BB Incline Press
Overhead DB Press
30 treadmill sprints/inclines
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