Squats - 155 kg x 5 x 5 - very hard
Bench - 82.5 kg x 5 x 5 - very hard
Row - 117.5 kg x 5 x 5 - kind of easy for some reason
!NOTE! I'm not particularly strict about my row form, I use momentum.
Shrugs - 142.5 kg x 8 x 3 - finally starting to get the technique down, felt good
Triceps - 38.75 kg x 8 x 3 - easy-ish, because I've just deloaded it
Chins - BW x 8, 8, 7 - The last set was hard, I didn't go for the 8th rep, because I know I wouldn't've gotten it. I'm just gonna try and maintain these numbers as my bodyweight goes up.
Good Mornings - 102.5 kg x 10 x 2 - ok
Abs - 120 kg x 19, 19, 18 - hard, I'm gonna try all 19s next time
Overall a nice session, I'm really glad my back is 110%. of course it always takes a long time since I use 5 min rest periods between sets of the main lifts and 3 mins for the accessories. I don't mind it though since it's obviously giving me the results in return.
Should I increase my diet from 4000 kcal to 4200? At first I gained even too fast, but now it seems I've suddenly hit a ceiling weight for a few weeks, and my strength gains seem to be dwindling, too. My ratios are about 600 g of carbs, 75 g fat and 185 g protein, as per Ice Cream Fitness recommendations (.4-.5 g fat / lbs, 1 g protein / lbs, rest carbs). I have a high metabolism, I know, but I like to eat, so I'm not complaining
I realize now that the only reason I used to be fat was because I wasn't doing any training.