So with the addition of being able to tolerate front squats, I'm going to change up my programming a bit.
Since I've been able to incorporate hex deads and front squats, I feel like there aren't any voids in my programming. I tried doing FS grip rear lunges today and it felt fine, but I'm not sure I'm comfortable loading that way, so I'll probably skip it.
I'm hoping to do the following:
2x dead and squat session each week. One going 'heavy' (i.e. 3x5 or 5x5 rep scheme) and once going for reps (3x10). Should I do it this way or should I just go for higher volume and progress the weight slowly? Split up days or same day?
Other leg work? I'm thinking of keeping up with walking lunges, split squats, quad ext, and hamstring curl through the week as well for accessories. I guess I can just split these up and do them after squats right?
Kinda intrigued the do one exercise for every part every day idea and wondering how things will play around with that or if I should just stick somewhat to what I'm doing once I can lift for chest again...