I have found much more success lately revamping my Squat from the feet up changing literally every aspect from foot wear, to stance to even where I rack the bar. This has allowed me for the first time in years to not only aggressively train the Squat but do so pain free multiple times a week. Amit Sapir is doing my nutrition and training and I have only gotten better. As my body weight climbs my Squat takes off more than anything. In the past 3 years I have successfully added 100lbs to my Squat every year. So technically the 50lbs if I stay at 220 is actually fairly slower than my past 3 years of progress.
Also I focus almost entirely on the Squat. I set up all training based around a bigger and better Squat. I don’t deadlift very often (3-4 every 6 months and almost always exclusively in peak). I don’t deadlift because it takes away from my ability to train my Squat harder. Lastly leverage and mechanically speaking I am built to Squat pretty well so that loft just goes up for me by almost looking at a bar bell. I actually built a 760 Squat raw squat with almost never going over 365lbs. So, now that I can actually train heavy, pain free, more often and am allowing my bw to creep up it will only get better.
I train my deadlift by getting a bigger Squat and working on technical issues in tje deadlift and strengthing my weakness in the deadlift but, I hardly ever have more than 405 on the bar unless in peak.
My bench I have some pretty shitty shoulder issues so I don’t push it much either as it hinders my bar position at times during Squats and causes me to have some pretty painful bench sessions. So, I only push it as hard as I can while not taking anything way from my Squat.