Make yourself a log.
Write out each day's training, and then leave a row to fill in with the weight used over the next 6 weeks.
So you have bench, for example, then 6 spaces to fill in over the next 6 weeks. Take it to the gym and fill in the numbers as you lift, that way you can check what you did the next week before you start training. And in 3 months, you can check back and see where you have made progress and where you did not.
I left room on mine to fill in the time of day, my mood, sleep, and any other circumstances that may affect my performance. You will be surprised how patterns emerge after a while in how you perform in relation to events outside the gym.
that is a lot, maybe too much for perfect technique..i like to think i'm pretty strong and i do 50 - 60kgs for various lunges (static, reverse, dynamic, walking) which is what 110 - 120pds??? i'm only tiny too though i suppose
I went down to where my knee was about 2 inches off the ground because I didn't want to plant my knee into the tile. Trust me when I say I was freakin dying while doing them, that's why I asked if it was 5 reps per leg.