All I can say, is that I was an idiot for thinking I could squat. Putting my arm back to grip the bar was excrutiating, it hurt worse then bench pressing. I never though about how stretched your pecs are while holding the bar during a squat.
So I ditched the squat and went with deadlifts. Now after taking the last 2 weeks off, everything felt HEAVY, but that is to be expected.
It was a beautiful spring-like day here, so with the warmer weather, I tried the tire to see if I could at least press eccentric-less. Unfortunately, that was a no go. Although the eccentric portion is the more painful part, I could tell it would be unwise to press eccentric-less at this point.
I was able to do some tricep isolation in between sets of deadlift.
Tomorrow I experiment to see what type of back work I can do. I might get on a 2 day split:
1) Deadlift w/ Tricep Isolation
2) Back and Biceps
Also, since I can't squat, I might add in some leg curls and extensions.
James 1:16-17 ESV
Do not be deceived, my beloved brothers. Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights
With God's help...Mens sana in corpore sano