I'm going to try something much simpler than westside and somewhat similar to the split I did at the powerlifting club at La Tech.
For most training start with 7RM for 5x5 and work on getting down to 4 sets, than go up 10lb. Exception is deadlift which progresses through lowering rest periods while maintaining good form. Keep assistance general. Speed variants of mostly straight weight for high volume.
If peaking transition to 4-5x3 at 85% for so many weeks
More specific assistance. Speed variants with more acc. resistance lower volume. More barbell work.
Then, peak. Refer to an article with a good author to see how.
Supramaximal work. Very specific RE work. Low volume and heavy.
Speed work varied by rep scheme and acc. resistance and sometimes movement.
Vertical Pulling covered by weekly chins. At least 150 a week. On heavier phases, bump volume down and use weighted chins.
3-4 days a week (example week):
paused squat for speed
good/bad girl machine
Speed Bench (no acc. resist.)
one arm db press
face pull w/ pulley or bands, seated db clean and press, cuban press, standing one arm cable row, etc
Thursday/Friday Deadlift 80 percent still, but 5x3 more emphasis on form than other lifts. Progress by decreasing rest.
Hang Snatch (invigorating and stimulating, no where close to exhausting)
land mine rows w/ chains
1x max reps
DB Walking Lunge
Friday/Saturday Muscle Day for Upper Mostly
crazy weight benching or inch off chest isometric
shoulder isolation work
back ext. for pump and recovery
maybe even calf work if I'm feeling a little nuts