I have two days to lift weights, for now. Once I have settled into my routine I will try and add in another, but for now it is two. I like the look of 5/3/1, however, due to having two lots of surgery this year / last year I have some strange muscular imbalances. I did a purely unilateral program, as advised by a sports therapist, and they are going. But im bored of not squatting and deadlifting, and my bench / military press are very very weak so I want to move to program with major compound lifts followed by unilateral versions to stop the imbalances re-appearing. This means using the two days a week 5/3/1 for MMA program, my 2 of my 3 exercises for the day are taken up by unilateral versions of either bench, deadlift, squat or military, leaving only one for an upper body pulling motion, and seeing as my back is underdeveloped compared to my chest, that is a bad idea. My other option is to have days where bent over rows and chinnups are my main upper lifts. Wendler says the program works with exercises like Bent over Rows, and he saw good gains with it, the only problem is doing it that way is that I only get one upper push day a week, either bench or military. I guess they are both similar movements, so at least I get an upper body workout each week, but It seems like too little for the bench press. Idealy I would increase it to 3 or 4 days a week, but for now thats simply not viable without sacrificing my other training time.