Yeah, I like the old skool looking bodybuilders. Yeah seem pretty similar to you with regards to weight and maybe lifts, I'm 5'10 and about 180lbs. I don't really like weighing myself for progress as I have mates that weigh nearly a stone more than me and don't even train or look like they do exercise, I think it's my small bone structure. I could lose a good half a stone, I'm not lean at the moment but I'll think about that closer to summer, losing weight isn't normally a problem for me as soon as I cut the carbs out.
I don't really know for targets, I find if I concentrate on increasing lifts I gradually start training in lower rep ranges before I deload and knock some off again and start repping higher. I had a good year in 2010, squat went up 35kg, don't really bench heavy because of freakish pec genetics, deadlift crept up about 20kg and OH press 20kg. I was all for high-ish volume/low weight before which is why I think I increased in weight a lot last year by concentrating on lower rep ranges as well as higher ones.
I think my main targets would be:
- Carry on bringing up my ridiculously poor genetic arms (short sleeve or long sleeve tops are the way forward, if I wear a t-shirt where the sleeve finishes just above my elbow, I look like I have skinny little arms as the muscles don't come down that far
- Hammer my rear delts, they need to double in size to catch up with the rest of my shoulder.
- Try working clavicular pec without hitting front delt, can never have to much upper pec size, it's got a lot better but not on par with rest of chest.
- Focus on lats as the rest of my back just reacts to anything, need to be wider for the thickness of my back.
-Finally calves!! Think this will always be a problem for me, they only take up about a third of my lower leg I swear! What is there isn't bad, but the only way they'll ever look good is if they're massively wide!
Chest, most of delts, quads, majority of back and arm development I'm very happy with.
Wow, didn't mean it to be this long! Sort of thinking out loud.
What about your goals?