Hello everyone! Thank you for the great content here on the forum. I’m asking for advice in program creation for my second year of barbell training. As requested in Steve’s sticky, I’m going to outline some basic info on myself: -33 yo Male -1 year of barbell training (alternated cycles between PTTP and 5/3/1) -Have I had a FMS? Yes. Results below: Screen date: 8/20/19 Results: Green lights for everything except shoulder mobility (Left shoulder 1, Right shoulder 2) StrongFirst trainer’s recommendation: -Take two weeks off of all overhead pressing and conditioning that would heavily stress this area. Proceed with corrective exercises until acceptable symmetry is achieved. Now, onto the problems and questions. 1.) Unfortunately, the financial goals I have for my family in the next two years make it very difficult for me to pursue personal physical training. I highly respect the trainer that gave me my FMS, but I simply had never pursued PT before and had no idea what it costs. I do most of my training on a tight budget to keep me fit for a high volume of work to achieve the aforementioned financial goals, so training is a secondary concern for me in the coming two years. 2.) I followed the trainer’s advice and pursued a full body mobility program on my own for 14 days before attempting to side press. When attempting to clasp my hands behind my back, I’m still maybe an inch or half an inch asymmetrical, but I can assume the correct position as outlined in PTTP for the side press with both arms. 3.) I can proceed in a few different ways: -Stop all upper body lifts and focus on shoulder mobility; continue deadlifting and return to squatting. -Do PTTP 3 times a week with SP and DL; focus on mobility 5 days a week, and RIS style flexibility 2 days a week. -Do 5/3/1 3 times a week, using SP instead of MP.