i am looking to start doing a 5x5 (stronglifts, specifically), but i have a grade 2 AC joint separation in my shoulder from a while ago. my physical therapist had me doing isolations to help strengthen the muscles supporting the joint, and has now cleared me to start doing any lift i want, just advising that i start with low weights and grow gradually, and that i keep doing the exercises he had previously prescribed.
with the above said, i am unsure how to incorporate my current rehab isolations into SL 5x5. i know that full body lifts should help involve all muscles, but i want to focus on my shoulders as well to make sure i don't regress. below are my rehab exercises, and the SL 5x5 workout splits:
rehab exercises (3x10 reps, 2-4 times/wk): seated row, lat pull down, reverse pec deck, and incline chest press workout A (5x5 reps, 3 times/wk): squat, bench press, barbell row workout B (5x5 reps, 3 times/wk): squat, overhead press, deadlift(1x5)
my initial thought is to have barbell row replace seated row, do my lat pull down in A (opposite overhead press), and my incline chest press in B (opposite bench press); i have no idea where to put the reverse pec deck.
any advice is greatly appreciated.