Just over two weeks ago I had an ACL replacement so anything standing is out. I was previously doing Starting Strength, numbers were: Deadlift 1x5x315 Bench 3x5x175 BOR 3x6x105 Squat 3x5x190 OHP 3x5x97 I won't be able to do weighted dips or chins for a while just for safety reasons, I don't want to try and land on one foot with extra weight right away. I was thinking I could drop 15% on bench and ohp and continue linear progression with those, seated OHP of course. I will do 2lb and 3lb increments to stretch out my progress because I was close to stalling anyway. Row is going to be chest supported, what kind of sets/reps should I do since the jumps might be a little larger than 5lbs? Can i set up something like a 2 day split focusing on ohp and row with my lifts like this: Session 1: Ohp 3x5 Row ?x?? Some tricep lift ?x8-10 Shoulder accessory or pullups ? Session 2: Bench 3x5 Row ?x?? Curlzz ?x8-10 can't do standing BB, anything wrong with seated preachers so I can do these progressively also? Facepulls or dumbell shrugs Depending on time I would like to get some plate pinches in, maybe replacing one of the accessories if it's too much stuff. Will be levering at home on the off days along with minimal resistance stationary biking everyday to work range of motion. No weights for my leg yet for at least a couple weeks according to the physical therapist. I do PT for my knee at home it's pretty easy right now and doesn't take long so it's not an issue time wise.