First - eat like you want to get big. The forever book and the 2nd edition and even beyond has enough information in them to learn how to eat - I don’t have the PL book, but I’m sure it’s in there too.
For lifting, it’s simple if you do it. You don’t need 5-10 sets after your main work to get big and strong. You just need to eat and be consistent with your training.
2 cycles of:
Main 5’s Pro
Supplemental - 2-3 sets of 10 reps @FSL
25-50 single leg or core
1 cycle of
5/3/1 PR set, maybe a joker set
50-100 single leg or core
repeat. Add 5 or 10 pounds to the lifts after each cycle.
You can super set the assistance with the main and supplemental work. Just be smart about it. If you do the 3 warm up sets, the 3 work sets and 3 sets of 10@FSL, that’s 9 total sets of “main work”.
Keep assistance choices simple.
push: dips/push-ups/rope push downs, db bench, db press
pull: chins, rows (barbell or db or cable or tbar), face pulls, band pull aparts
single leg: db squat, SLDL, split squats, bugarian split squats,
core: any ab movement you want, back raises or extensions
Pick 3 total exercises and do 2-5 sets of each to hit your rep targets.Just cycle through them in between your main and supplemental sets. I think this setup would be more effective in hitting your goals than the one you provided.
Let’s say you are doing squat day. Pick your assistance that day depending on how you feel and what you want to work on. Let’s say ab wheel, dips and chins. Just do your workout like this:
squat warm up sets x3 superset with ab wheel
squat work sets x3 superset with dips
squat supplemental sets x3 superset with chins