I'm hoping that having an audience to my training endeavors will augment my motivation and shame me into being somewhat consistent. I've been lifting for longer than I care to admit, but have been inconsistent due to chronic lower back injuries; when I first started lifting, I didn't know anything about proper deadlift form, which led to injury and I feel like I have a much smaller margin of error when it comes to lifting form as a result. Anyways, I'm giving Starting Strength a go (again), but I'm trying to take core training, mobility work, and eating very seriously in order to avoid injury. Age: 23 Height: 5'11" Weight: 170-175 Current Routine: Workout 1 A: 3x5 Squats B: 3x5 Bench C: 1x5 Deadlift D1: 4x(8-15) Chest-supported rows D2: 4x(8-15) 45 degree back estension Workout 2 A: 3x5 Squats B1: 3x5 Press B2: 4x(8-15) Neutral grip pullups C: 5x3 Power cleans D: Ab wheel Goals: 1: Stay injury free. 2: Stay with Starting Strength until I can no longer make linear progress. That is, do SS until I stall, then reset, stall, and reset one more time. 3: If I do get injured, train around the injury rather than getting depressed and temporarily quitting. Any advice, especially regarding staying injury-free, is much appreciated.