It's about time I start being accountable and start an online training log. I'm not sure yet how it's going to look like but I'm sure I'll be able to steal someone's method of posting it I have approximately 7 weeks before I take a month and half long vacation to Europe and I guess that's how long my first cycle is going to be. Before I leave Canada I'll need to design a program that will maintain what I have while being away, perhaps using very mobile elastic bands? I don't think I'll have the ease of access to a gym since I'll be traveling quite a bit. I'll need help designing that as well and I hope someone on here can help me do that when the time comes. Initially I started a HST cycle at the end of April, but dislocated my shoulder and had my head banged in (only two staples) so I was out of commission for a while... After few suggestions over at the Simplify and Win my program was looking like this: A) Squat Bench Press Seated Cable Row BB Press Calf Raises B) Deadlift Dips Pull-ups DB Press Calf Raises 15s: 3 x 15 10s: 2-3 x 10 5s: 3-5 x 5 ...following a A B A, B A B etc. routine. Now, due to a separated shoulder (only recently learned about) after a 4th complete dislocation, I'm taking a proactive approach to help the healing process and get my strength back, plus, do what I can of HST with it. Before I go any further, I'd like to see if anyone has had a similar injury and has successfully continued to workout after the injury? I can feel how much my range of motion has decreased along with my strength. On top of that I can't even reach far back enough to grab the bar while doing Squats, so I'll have to switch to Front Squats. Dead-Lifts I won't be able to perform without re-injuring myself. Pull-ups will have to go as well. I've tested my shoulder on the Bench, Cable Rows and DB Presses and I can perform those with a lighter weight so I'll start my 15s with those. This will also knock off the A B split and I may add some EZ Curls with Triceps Extensions to add to my volume as previously suggested. Few questions now... since I'm starting with lighter weights than previously tested as RMs, will this still be effective considering my injury? ...or should I wait for my shoulder to heal completely and then start training (which I don't want to do unless I have to)?? New Program should look like this: Front Squat Bench Press Seated Cable Row DB Press Calf Raises ....EZ Curls ....Tri Pulldowns 15s: 2 x 15 10s: 2-3 x 10 5s: 3-5 x 5 ...Is this enough, or just simply too much? Any feedback is very appreciated Stain P.S. I've but my little brother and little cousin (well they're taller and bigger then me though) on a similar program and I'll be training with them for as long as they can last..