Well, its not really distribution as it is conditioning for each muscle, here are my max as follows: Chest: 100lbs benchpress Squat: 160(atm, haven't perfected my body mechanics so it might be more) Deadlift: 250 Calf raise: 400(calf can do more but the rest of my body stuggles w/ posturing the weight) Traps raise: 250(can do more but grip and balance plays a part) Anyway, as you can see theres quite a bit of gap, such that I haven't been able to pull off exercises that require overall body sync, my str distribution is a bit odd. I'm 5'7 165 and lean. I realize my chest are a bit weak especially considering they are my fave to exercise and my calf is way advanced for the rest of the rest of my body. Also, even though those are my max(meaning I do 1 and I struggle), I can actually do 400lbs for reps on calf raises @ 10 reps 4 sets, but doing too much @ this weight feels like my spine being squished, so i opt for lower weight till my upper body gets stronger. I'm training normally and try not to focus on my weaker parts, instead I do as follows: M: Chest, shoulder T: Back, traps W: Rest(might start doing cardio) T:Legs and calf F:Bi's, tri's, abs, forearm I work out for about 1-2hrs and try to do atleast 12-16 sets per muscle group, also taking protein shakes as supplements. I try to go for failure every set. Anyway, Any advice as to better overall develop? I just started getting back into the BB habit a month ago after a 1.5year hiatus, being of odd str distribution makes it somewhat hard to syncronize symmetry growth, maybe I need a more focused routine.