Bodyweight - no idea
585x2 - pop........so there goes that same left quad that was strained last weekend on front squats.
I'm not really left with much of a choice. Meet is out. I need to spend this winter just not squatting and letting my legs rest. I saw my orthopedic this past week, and he told me I have severe inflammation of the rectus femoris tendon. So I need to actually not try to rehab it and let it rest. He gave me a shot in the quad for it, however because of all the compensating I've been doing with my left leg, that quad is now strained as well. Such is training.
I think all I need to do is just allow my legs to rest, and the inflammation subside, and things will be fine. I do know that when I recover, that front squats are going to be at the very front of my program. I really believe that right now my quads are now behind my glute, hip, and adductor strength. All things have to be in balance or injuries occur. I spent years building up the adductors in order for my squat to get over 600 beltless, now the quads need to come up as well.
I also think all of that front squatting will bring my dead up as well.
Not depressed. Going to get my upperbody swole on for a while and let the wheels rest for a bit.