Hi Coach! I'll try to get to the point instead. I am 6,4 and I weigh around 230-240 lbs.
I have pretty long legs, torso and arms which probably puts me in a mechanical disadvantage on the big lifts.
I have been on the WS4SB for about a year, Wendler's 5/3/1 a couple of months. And some programs I've made myself. I simply love training and the science behind it.
My goal is to increase 1. Strength, 2. Power, 3. Size in that order.
My current routine looks like this:
DB Incline Press
Now to the problem:
My deadlift is 485 lbs, my bench press (medium grip) 285 lbs, and my squat (below parallel) is 240 lbs. All of the lifts are done raw: no straps, belt, nothing.
I always try to implement your perfect rep concept (lift as fast as possible while in control)
My question: how would you go about, training a former basketball player with a possible anterior pelvic tilt who has an easy time increasing gluteal, hamstring and hip strength but not in the quads? It's just like that Hockey player you mentioned before in your post. Tall, strength in the right places but simply wasn't built for squatting.
Thanks in advance Coach!