Thanks again for your time
In reply to Dub:
I know that sleep and protein intake are very important and that I can achieve both nicely.
My concern is that if I don't eat as often, my body would be "starving" or going catabolic if I sleep, say 10 hours (like 8 hours continously, wake up, but then try to sleep again for 2 more hours) and eat nothing in that period of time.
Sorry if I didn't address this question properly.
I was thinking like scientific studies showed about creatine, with levels depleting within 3 hours from intake. So with 10 hours without eating anything I thought I'd do more bad than good.
In reply to robertscott:
This general rule may work out if protein didn't suppress hunger as good as it does (I'm also often combining isomaltulose with whey, which as a side-effect suppress hunger too). I know people use a high protein intake to suppress hunger, and also found out that if I take a protein shake and nothing else before or immediately after, I'm ok with a few cookies, but then experience shivering in a not so cold weather. I'd gauge this as a sign of suppressed hunger and undereating. Correct me if I'm wrong. Unfortunately I'm not counting calories as of now, I just try to eat stuff and only then drink my whey shake.
In reply to Stephen Johnson:
What are your thoughts on weighted dips? Do they carry as high of a risk as bench press?
I tried today the modified workout A, and that dumbbell (plate) lateral raises scorched the deltoids as upright rows couldn't (at least for me). I however found out that doing shrugs isn't very efficient on this day since I'd have to load heavily an entire barbell just for them. Could I do them on the deadlift day (workout B) ? Or would it be just be calling for back overtraining?