Good day, folks. 1) I have been to a physio therapist and we believe I'm free from rotator cuff impingement now. There hasn't been any symptoms of pain recently and he didn't find anything wrong with me. My shoulders are more Neanderthal so I thought face pulls might be a good idea. 2) Presently I don't have the resources to go to an athletic's club to learn all the lifts correctly so I want to do some preparation for a month or so until I can work out there instead. I've been holding off the training for far too long and I at least want to work out in the extent that I can. So I figured some exercising wouldn't hurt until I can start with 3x5 routine. Here is my suggestion: Monday: Pushups kneeling crunch in cable Back extensions pull-ups Wednesday: Pushups pull-ups kneeling crunch in cable Face pulls Friday: Pushups BOR kneeling crunch in cable Face pulls Bah, it'll all get easier once I can get to do a squat 3 times a week routine. And by easier I mean on the programming part. My body is going to be whipped because of my girly man impudence. The thing I'm mostly concerned about the rotator cuffs. They work in many exercises. Is it too much with face pulls twice a week? Perhaps internal and external rotation instead? I don't really wanna hit it with isolation work if I can work up slowly weight wise and make the cuff function in more compound exercises. I guess my back work gets some attention from you guys. Well don't know really how to balance the back extensions. I've heard it's easy to overload the back with BE so I skipped BOR on Monday. Should I do pull-ups instead? I'm no expert in working out the abs so if you have any suggestions you may fire away. Cheers.