New log for the new year ... Friday; HBBS; 5 - 60kg, 5 - 100kg, 1 - 140kg, 3,3 - 160kg. Deads; 3 - 150kg, 3 - 190kg, 3 - 210kg, 1 - 230kg, 4,4,4 - 240kg. Sumo; 5,5 - 190kg. Saturday; HBBS; 5 - 60kg, 5 - 100kg, 1 - 140kg, 4,4 - 160kg. Rows; 8,8 - 100kg OHP; 8,8 - 60kg Sunday; HBBS; 5 - 60kg, 5 - 100kg, 1 - 140kg, 4,4 - 160kg. Big interstate move for new job. Longer hours once travel is factored in, but it's a case of double the pay for less work and better conditions and prospects. Frikkin' awesome. Subsequently, it means some changes to my training; more reps per set (allowing same/more per session volume in a similar amount of time spent training), less deadlift sessions and daily squats will focus on improving 3 and 4 RM's rather than scaling singles (more sets = more breaks between = more time spent = how the f**k do I fit it in). 6-9 reps per day at around my 3-5RM is basically likely extending the 5 forever, and is going to give me a decent amount of work and volume at a relevant load, for maybe 30mins per day on squats. Keeping it simple with two deadlift sessions per week and doing rows and OHP as accessories, 2-3x per week on other days. RDLs will factor in there somewhere too. Also, turns out my sumo leverages are pretty great, so am playing around with that a lot and likely a 50-50 split of time spent.