Wow, 185 would be a monster Press. Using the Iron Ratio, it would project to a 370 Squat and well over 400 pounds for the DL. I know according to the consensus strength standards, a basic goal is to Overhead Press one's (muscular) bodyweight, but still, it's such a stubborn lift for me, it's hard to see that happening. I would have to be twice as strong as I am now, basically. Well, our dog finally got spayed this morning, so I'll be without my walking companion for 7-10 days. This might be a good time to try running up some of my hills, leash-free. But yah, I can see in the mountains how hiking and running would be closer to effort level than on smoother, much shorter, and usually much more gradual neighborhood inclines. It's also interesting how I only walk really briskly with some kind of footwear. So much for my barefooter self-image . . . Man, the everyday lifting is working out pretty well. I think the ramping really helps with some of the shoulder soreness I've felt in past attempts at a Push-Pull split. Still, it's hard to motivate to lift on a nearly daily basis. When I begin, I get to the bar and think, "what, again?" Probably harder mentally than doing six rather than three lifts per session. Plus I kind of miss the 'pump' of a six-lift session, so I dunno, once again, I'm tempted to program-shift before I've really given a program a try. But it would open up more scheduling possibilities, like doing sled and machine conditioning every other day (EOD), or the occasional bike ride, while still trying to get in the morning walk no matter what. Overall, it's been hard to shake what's worked so well for me in the past, EOD lifting and aerobic. Maybe I just need to deload a bit more to make the six lifts easy for a week or two. . . . deloading has definitely helped install the ramping protocol. Wendler was right, but it's counterintuitive and difficult to accept, but yah, start light, work on getting right whatever you're doing wrong or trying for the first time, and then, and only then, start to increase loads.