Been wanting to start a training log again. I use to compete in powerlifting nearly decade ago. Over the past ~7-8 years my training has not been consistent, even more so the most recent 2 years. I no longer have a bad commute to work so I'm saving about 2 hrs per day that I use to spend in the car. Age: 37 Height: 66" Weight: ~150-152 pounds. I was actually below 150 before I started woking out again a few months ago, but put on a few pounds since. Also before I started I stopped working out for about 1.5-2 months hence why I dropped down in the 140s. During my competition days I was 165 to 175 at the highest. I don't really have a weight goal, but do want to get more leaner and eventually be in the 160s again; no rush though. I started working out fairly consistently over the past 10-11 weeks though. I'm feeling more motivated and actually look forward to working out again. This is how it looks like Day 1: Squat/Bench Day 2: Bench/Deadlift Day 3: Squat/Pressing or on the days I can get in a 4th day.. Day 1: Bench + assistance + upperback Day 2: Squat + assistance Day 3: Bench/Deadlift Day 4: Squat/Pressing I usually get to workout for 45-60 minutes, 75 minutes if I"m lucky. If time permits I may do 1 assistance exercise after the main lifts. I also sometimes have bonus days that I go to the small gym at my work and do light cardio, pull-ups and random work with light dumbbells. I've basically started easy and gradually going up slowly in weight. There are times I scaled back and ramped back up due to either a bad day or letting my ego progressing too fast. I've also recently added more top end work a little such as 2 board presses, benching with bands, squatting with bands. I actually want to include a day at work for pullups, but I need to buy a pullup bar first. My goal is to just continuing what I'm doing until I no longer can progress or possibly max out to get a baseline. Want to follow a more solid plan after this, but unsure yet. I'll be checking out some logs here that are powerlifting based. Back in the days I've done Sheiko, Conjugate periodization, Linear Periodization and other variations of progression. I also got stronger doing a lot of volume, but I know that's the realistic now so I have to be smarter and more realistic with my training. In all honestly I just want to keep this up and continue to just put time in the gym. As long as I don't get a bad injury or my gets pregnant and we have our second child, I think I can stay consistent.