Well, I am trying to claim the title of H&F Yo-yo of the year, so I changed workout routines again. With the hectic pace around here, I couldn't get to the gym for my DLs, so I canned those after about 2.5 weeks. They were going well and I expect to revisit them at some point. I'd been doing lots of shoulder mobility drills for a while and my right shoulder seems to be back to normal. After 5 dang months, I'd hope so! I did 3 upper body pulling and pushing workouts and it didn't start acting up like it had in past tries. From there, I decided to start the RE's Never Gymless 50 day sample program to see how it would go. I'm halfway through the 3rd 5-day block out of 10 at this point and all is going well. I really like the program. It's very CrossFit-like except requires almost no equipment. The ideas are very similar. NG also places less (or no) emphasis on some of the harder-to-learn movements like the olympic lifts and kipping pullups. There's more jumping and sprinting with NG also. It also has more apparent structure than CF, which I like at the moment anyway. I haven't found myself working the same beat-up muscles day in, day out. After I'm done with the 50 day program, I'll decide where to go from there. Maybe start working DLs. Maybe take another look at CF. Maybe turn into a couch potato.