Hey all, I've been doing PTTP with deadlift and overhead press for about a month and a half now, as my entry back into the world of lifting weights. While I still look forward to the opportunity lift each day, I find myself starting to want to incorporate a few other movements, and thus I've been considering a few options: 1) Continuing to PTTP with DL and OHP, while perhaps adding some GTG pull-ups and some planks throughout the day. 2) Doing Pavel's 5x5x5 with squat, deadlift, overhead press, pullups, and barbell rows (or some other similar variation - I know there might be too much back involved in this arrangement). 3) Doing Dan John's Even Easier Strength with a similar collection of exercises. One of my questions is why would a person choose either Pavel's 5x5x5 or Dan John's Even Easier Strength over the other (i.e. what are the core differences between the programs that make them appealing for various applications)? I might just be understanding one or the other of them wrong (or both), but they both look like 5 day a week, 5 exercises/day programs, but Even Easier Strength involves different rep schemes and generally a lower volume of work each week. The lower volume on EES is appealing to me right now, as I just want to build strength in major movements without accumulating fatigue. That said, PTTP has been awesome for me so far - both in weight on the lifts and development in musculature. Maybe I should just stick with what's working?