Throwing Sunday's workout in here so it's somewhere:
2x5 30 lbs
1x3 30 lbs
1x5 45 lbs
1x3 45 lbs
1x7 52 lbs (8 would have been a rep PR... so close)
1x4 54.5 lbs (quick drop off of energy)
1x2 57.5 lbs (3 would have been a rep PR)
failed the 60 lb set altogether, though it was a near thing
2x8 46 lbs 1x6 46 lbs
My shoulders did that thing where they just didn't show up. I had 1800 calories the previous day, lots of carbs, not enough protein, and a bunch of wine. I did not have any hunger for breakfast before training, so I just had some BCAA's and pre-workout. Clearly, if it helped, I was in bad shape.
5x5 76 lbs
4x9 70 lbs
4x8 65 lbs
Hanging Knee Raise
4x15 10 lbs (5 each hand)
This is my last week in this 6 week cycle, next week is a deload. I'm thinking on programming and while I want to try something that uses RPE, I'm not quite in a position to go purchasing programs at the moment, or new books. I'm also still in the homestretch of my cut (about 6 weeks to go) so I'm not eating enough to go gung ho on something like juggernaut. Soooo I guess it's another round of semi-5/3/1, even though I'd like to maybe bench/press 3x a week instead of 2. Plus I'm doing more of a 5x5 on squats and trap deads instead still, and probably will continue that approach since I don't actually want to max those out at any point soon.
Been thinking about how best to get everything I want done in a 4x week 1ish hour sessions. A light bench day on Fridays could work, a little 2-3x5 after leg presses or something, maybe. I don't want to go to 5x per week, but I could do stuff with these circuits so that they have db ohp or bench incorporated. I might have to move them to after work on lift days though so I'm not impinging on my recovery time on cardio days. I'm not totally sure, but I'd LOVE to afford a personal trainer at some point.
Cut's getting old, but I like the way this approach deals with variance and averages and if I have to do it again at some point, this is absolutely the way I'd go.