Yesterday's workout was not organized in any particular way. Most if it was just to guarantee that I did not lose any size up top on the back and neck since Navy measurement makes a big neck a must. I would never make the required bodyweight of 192 pounds for my height (even after my surgery and a liquid diet, 201 pounds was as low as I got), so Navy BMR is always my saving grace. I worked up to 160x2 for the Behind the Back Shrugs and 170x5 for the LifeFitness ISO Row with my elbows in, to that end. I supersetted calf raises to failure with every set of shrugs.
With the squats, I just wanted to make sure I didn't slide backwards. What I found out, instead, was that I needed to deload. I was going to do 170 for 4 sets of 10 to start the whole workout but when I racked it, it felt heavy. So after the calf raises and shrugs, I started squatting just using triples up to 255 pounds. Then I barely got 285. The I managed to get 315 pounds down but not up.
Today I woke up at 235.5 pounds. I went to the sauna this afternoon. Next two days will just be easy aerobics. After this weekend, I will do a deload week.