I'm going to try to keep a new log. Mostly just reports as I already log my weights at the gym and at work and I'm not going to go into great detail over the gym stuff as it is mostly supplemental at this point. Anyway, as many of you know, I used to powerlift and then got injured and then got into olympic lifting and sports and then more injured, etc. Basically I have to accept my limitations at the gym, but hoping to expand my limitations in other sports. I've been way into ice hockey (goalie) for a few years now and have recently gotten WAY into mtn biking. Mostly technical singletrack with obstacles & climbs. Just got a really nice new (used) bike too - 2011 Giant Trance X2. My area is one of the best places in the whole country (outside of Colorado) to ride. There are 20+ really nice parks within an hour drive that all have excellent trails. One of the better ones is only a few blocks from my house, so I get to train on that all week.
As far as gym stuff, I have a pretty regular routine and I also work out in my office during lunch since I get paid for 1-hour of lunch and it takes me less than 10 minutes to eat. At the office I go at a pretty slow pace as I don't want to really break a sweat, but I get a good workout in with weighted dips & pull/chin ups. At the gym I don't really go at a fast pace either as I try to just relax and enjoy myself while increasing my strength. Rep schemes are 6-12 except for 1-leg press where I go 1 set of 20 reps on each leg and go up 2.5 lbs each session. Sometimes I go heavy on the front squats too. Thankfully my legs are still super strong. Anyway, here is my normal schedule below. As you can see, I do a lot of physical activity but I may have to scale that down (slightly) when my graduate studies resume.
As for my current stats: 5' 8.5", 165 lbs, 31" waist (measured at widest part). I'm pretty light after coming off another shoulder rehab, but I feel like I'm in the best shape of my life. Mtn biking has given me an incredible cardio base that I have never had before. My body fat is pretty low and I have regained most of my upperbody strength. Hoping to get ever leaner, stronger and more fit in the near and distant future. Hopefully my new(er) routine helps keep my shoulders strong and I stay injury-free. Off to the mountains for now!