I'm mostly looking for a couple dudes to look at the charts I laid out and tell me if I should change anything.
A very brief overview of my training:
I do the 15 lifts I laid out in my log, once each every micro-cycle. I sometimes do variations on the lifts (i.e. instead of deadlifts I might do rack pulls). Each microcycle is about 9-11 days long. In addition, I do about 3-4 cardio workouts (usually metcon type stuff, i.e. crossfit) each micro-cycle. I don't do anything else not listed, but the metcons hit some accessory stuff sometimes (and sometimes some heavier stuff). I usually try to separate stuff that hits the same muscles (i.e. front squats Mon, back squats Thr, deadlifts sat)
I've basically been doing this for the last 3 months with mostly good results, but I'm approaching a point where I feel like I could plateau if I don't progress smart.
The weights I laid out are guides and if I feel great I generally don't limit myself to what I wrote out, and if I have an off day then I just come back and try to hit the right weight next time. If I'm going for a heavy triple and the weight I have in mind was easy, I add weight. If I'm lifting a weight for reps and the reps I had in mind was easy, I'll do some more.
Things are slightly chaotic because the cardio stuff is usually draining and sometimes leaves me beat up in various places, so I have to switch things around a bit.
My basic goal is to get good at all these lifts by August 15. Then I want to slightly shift my focus to Oly lifting until collegiate nationals in April, while still doing the other stuff. Then I want to spend the following 12 months preparing for the CrossFit Games, which is pretty much my main goal.
I might also try to qualify for the world championships in indoor rowing at some point if they have those for 500m (not sure what I have to hit).
I'm 6'4 and about 210 lbs right now, and I doubt I'll gain more than 5lbs, partly because I eat overly clean and never eat enough, and partly because I don't care much because I don't want to be over 220 since it makes the cardio stuff impossible.
So, main question is, do you have any advice on how I should change my chart stuff to hit the numbers I have listed? On some stuff I might be pushing a progression too fast, on other stuff too slow... And basically my progression plan might be kind of stupid (i.e. a plan to go from 225x5 to 225x20 over 15 weeks would probably be dumb if my goal is to hit 325x1 or whatever).