Hey Sano I will take the advice on the reverse flyes. I actually do them on a peck deck machine as I am not comfortable with the movement yet, but I will definitely lower the weight. I do not skip too much (once per week for 3 mins) or run for too long. This is why I am doing calfs right now. And yeah I take my time with them, slow with holding on top. I am hoping they will help me with the preventing shin splints I am having, so I can run longer. Regarding biceps and triceps I really do not feel if they are getting tired to be honest, this is why when I feel it I add it to my work out. It is not that I do too much work, I pick up approx 15-20kg and work with them for 2-4 sets with 10-15 reps depends on how I feel it. I just like the visuals post work out when the blood has flooded my arms. Yes my max squad and bench are about the same. I can probably squat with more but the technique is bad. I got feedback from friends. My problem is basically going forward with my back and carrying some load in some of the reps on my back, instead on my leg, which probably can leadto an injury with higher weights. So I decided to hold on weight until I fix the form. As you can see I squad even 4ties per week so I can work on form, 2 times with 40 kg for reps post boxing work out working on form with my friends who correct me. Other than that so far I only feel that my shoulders are tired. I am thinking of removing the lateral rises from the Strength Training A. Because I do shoulders Monday at boxing and Strenght A, then Tuesday when doing circuits, then Wednesday OHP, then Thursday again when boxing, then Friday in circuit and then in Saturday in Strength A. So they are definitely getting over worked. I will test it out how I feel next week and if I feel to tired I will drop the lateral rises.