Short background: Pretty competitive rugby player, tore my ACL last fall, had surgery in Nov. and now I'm into the final stages of rehab which will have me doing a lot and I just want to be able to work everything in without completely burning out. Currently I'm at physio two days a week and swimming 4 days a week (which has helped a ton). For weight training I used to be on a Bill Star 5x5ish type routine, but that died the day I got hurt Since then I haven't been too motivated and go 2-3 days a week just doing random shit without too much thought or direction (I really want to change this) Also my physio in the next week or two wants me to cut down my sessions with him to once a week and wants me to see a trainer who specializes in on-field rehab for soccer and rugby players who have had knee or ankle surgery. The trainer likes working with you one day a week and then having you do the stuff on your own 2 other days. He does his sessions monday and wednesday evening so those are my two options. So that puts my week at: 1 day physio 3 days on field 4 days swimming and I still haven't lifted a weight So this is what I came up with. Unfortunately it has me doing something every single day, but I don't know how to avoid that. At least no one body part is really going back to back though : Monday: Morning: Physio Afternoon: Evening: Chest and Biceps Tuesday: Morning: Swim Afternoon: Evening: Lower Back and Abs Wednesday: Morning: Swim Afternoon: Evening: On field training (with trainer) Thursday: Morning: Swim Afternoon: Evening: Shoulders and Triceps Friday: Morning: Swim Afternoon: Evening: On field training (on my own) Saturday: Morning: Afternoon: Upper Back and Abs Evening: Sunday: Morning: Swim if I'm up early Afternoon: On field training (on my own) Evening: Too much you think? Any other opinions? I'm looking through the archives and I don't see much that is just an upper body supplement that I can add to a proper lower body training/rehab outline set by a professional.