I'm in a light infantry Battalion and we do a fuck tonne of conditioning. I have been trying to get stronger on top of it. I Started with SS and that has run its course. I started up 5/3/1 with the BBB before christmas leave then missed out on training while home. Read Beyond while home and liked the Idea of FSL as I was hammering out the BBB at 60% with a minutes rest fairly easily. I went back to work Wednesday and finished off the last week from my first cycle (using FSL to see what its like)
I want to make sure it is the right template for what I want to achieve (Getting strong as fuck while still gaining bodyweight), and that I am doing it right.
Here's my monday Bench workout (5/3/1+)
155 (75%) 5 reps
175 (85%) 5 reps
195 (95%) 7 reps
155 (FSL) 5 sets of 8 reps with a minute or two rest ( These flew up and felt really good actually felt like I was working unlike BBB. Wasn't a grind or anything like that just felt like I was actually lifting something)
Then I grabbed a 100lb dumbbell and did 5x10 rows and went home.
Also I'd be lying to myself if I didn't think that the daily pt didn't affect lifting we usually do a lot of sprinting, lunging, and every form of burpee. Until most guys cant walk. Makes it pretty hard to hit squat PR in the afternoon lol. Coming in a little earlier and training before PT and then possibly only lifting 3 days a week should remedy this if it becomes a big problem though. Still maybe you'd recommend something else.