best lifts past 12 months:
380 squat (always kinda been my worst but im working hard at it. was way lower 24 months ago)
185 OHP (wanna focus on this i dont care much for bench)
455 Dead (untrained for >year)
so I've run 5/3/1 for a while. It works decently well for me in everything but squats, So for the past 24 months I have been run 2 Hatch squat cycles (12 week progression of squatting 2 times a week) and following each session with 5/3/1 BBB upper body days.
program looks like:
Day 1: Hatch Squat 1
Day 2: 5/3/1 OHP BBB
Day 4: Hatch Squat 2
Day 5: 5/3/1 Bench BBB
My squats have been steady going up and and my other numbers have been decent ( squatting heavy or high volume twice a weak is too tough to make wake in other main lifts so I'm climbing SLOW and steady)
I want to reincorporate deadlifts into my programming and thinking of continuously running Hatch for squats then maybe doing a typical powerbuilding esc program of:
1.Hatch day 1
3.bench/chest/tri (probably switch this between day 2-3 based on how hard my second squat day will be)
5.Hatch day 2
8.possibly extra off day (could just slap this after any super heavy/hard squat day as needed per autoregulation)
I was just looking for some of you more well versed lifters to weigh in with possible programming tips. anyone not firmiliar with the program id be happy to share my template but its probly important to note that its not set up as day 1: heavy, day 2: light or vice versa.
I do alot of mobility work/yoga
I eat well
I sleep well
just kinda throwing out feelers before I embark, dont wanna waste a couple months of training before i realize it wont work for me.
any red flags?