buy the Ebook from Wendler-
5.3.1 is great- and it promotes the longevity of the lifter
it does not promote fast gains - but long term gains.
You wont see the fast jumps in numbers that you can see with other methods
It really lays it all out in great detail
the description of the lifts
are all well done
its worth the 20 bucks.
I found for me- the 5x10 approach for accessory work was too much.
that of all the templates he lays out called trinity worked best.
that is one main lift- squat dead OH press, bench- and two accessory lifts -
you just do two , that have the most benefit to those lifts.
I found the high rep all out or money sets to be too much.
that pulling or squatting anything over 85% for 15+ reps to be to hard to recover from
instead I would do the prescribed set of reps-
maybe do another set of 5 or pull/squat big doubles.
as for weighted pullups- or dips
I would aim for total reps per training session-
if its just body weight- aim for 75 reps total per session.
weighted aim for 50 and do enough sets to hit the numbers.
if you are doing it try looking at the two day a week template.
and no discussion of 'in season' training without mentioning
DeFrenco's WSFSB III It is designed for in season athletes.