Hey guys, so i'm coming off a rotator cuff tear, a fracture to my tibia and two knee surgeries (the last one was about 4 months ago) that has kept me out of action for about 1.5 years and I also won't be able to partake in any sport for about another 5-6 months. The upside of this is that I get 5 or 6 months to really focus on strength and power. I was cleared by my physiotherapist and my doctor a few weeks ago to resume with squats and deadlifts which I've been doing for the last 3 weeks. I've also been lifting 2-3x a week the last couple of months, mostly bench, overhead press and rows on top of my physio exercises for my knee. Here are my numbers right now. bw: 160 SOHP: 165 BP:225 Squat: 261 (up from a max squat of about 135lbs 3 weeks ago) DL: 355 (up from a max of about 185 3 weeks ago) anyway my workouts really have no structure to them right now which is something I'd like to change. I'd love to do a SS type program but unfortunately I absolutely 100% need to do unilateral lower body exercise as my left leg is a mess. The next best thing seems to be WS4SB as it includes two days of lower body work which include unilateral exercises on both days. Anyone have a program that they would recommend over this?