Current status: left leg damaged and weak, I have lost a couple inches and my left tibialis anterior is still partially numb. Everything else is daijobu (all good!). I decided to do some right leg one legged squats (pistols) maximum depth, I did 4 sets of around 15-20 reps. Quad so fucking pumped it felt like a rock. I tried some left (damaged) leg and to my surprise there was no pain. My power was low, I did a few sets of around 7-12. I have no real need to squat and deadlift right now anyway, I will fill up a backpack full of 2L water bottles for extra weight later on so I can get some increased resistance. Both my legs are blown up as if I did a ton of squats and there's no pain in my damaged left quad! All Japan Cup is next Sunday, November 13th. Prayerfully 5 days after our Hero and Savior Donaldus Triumphus takes his rightful throne. And if not, we shall dine in hell and fight in the shade. I'm still mentally going through my strategy, my toproll power is great but after a few matches my power drops below the top guys' level and I cannot beat them that way. My press, if landed properly, can defeat anybody here but it's very difficult to set up and execute. I seem to only be able to mentally gear up to do it if it's my last option, meaning once I know my bicep and forearm have taken a dump, I can psyche up for the big press out of desperation and the emergency factor. It is the final solution. My main competitors are the 6'4, 350 lb Hatakeyama the current heavyweight Japanese champion and Murata, a 300 lb ex sumo wrestler who has arm wrestled for 10 years. I have pressed them both down in training multiple times, if I execute this move they are going down and I will be the first Westerner to gain this crown. These will be my exercises for quite a while: 1. One arm pushups with feet on stairs (2nd or 3rd stair) 2. Full range dead stop pullups (stopping at bottom and top each rep) 3. Side laterals with monster minis for high reps and canonball delts 4. One legged ass to grass squats (with one finger on the door frame for balance) with weighted backpack 5. Fat grips horizontal pullups/bodyweight curls on a waist high pullup bar. This is a genius exercise I developed just yesterday! At the park there are some pullup bars for kids (manly). I attach my huge fat grips to the bar, with feet planted on the ground I lean back until my upper body is parallel with the ground/bar and I wrap my hand around the fat grips thumbless and just curl my bodyweight up and down, full range. Top of the movement my hand is at the center of my stomach, then I extend all the way back down and repeat. My bicep and every muscle in my forearm exploded after a couple sets of these... KEEPER!! 6. Sledgehammer straight arm front raises I won't record every single stupid workout, just highlights and when I increase reps in something. I'm confident I can keep my bodyweight high as well since these exercises blow me the fuck up and they will be heavy. Praise Harambe!