I’m tired of designing my own without any criticism.[/quote]
Um, dude, if there’s one thing you’ve gotten in all of your previous threads, it’s plenty of valid criticism for your thoughts on training programs.
What does your current training look like? The days, exercises, sets, and reps. Knowing your current plan will give better insight about what to do next.
[quote]Strength-- Upper back and core strength for compound movements and my body awareness in my movements and my willingness to due the hard shit to get strong.
Weakness-- Chest, shoulders, arms.[/quote]
Harsh truth you need to understand: At your current size and ability, you have no strengths and more than a few weaknesses. But it’s good that you mentioned your “willingness to due the hard shit to get strong”, because…
What, exactly, do you think is “hypertrophy training”? Would you still be against it if it helped your squat?
As was said, “get stronger” is the same at not having any goal at all. You “get stronger” each week (most people, at least) so, technically you’ve already won. Aim for a concrete goal with a concrete deadline.
Is there a guy in your gym who, in your mind, is already “the man”? What’d he squat last time you saw him train? You’ll get farther faster if you can say, “I’ll squat 365x5 on April 6, 2016” instead of “I’ll squat, like, a lot more than I do now, eventually.”