I recently read Beyond 5/3/1 and really got a great feel of how to train. I've began using less than 5 reps to ramp up into my work sets and feel really ready to push the weight by the time it comes. I also have began giving myself more time between sets, and my bar speed has thanked me.
Anyways, the biggest take away I had was the balance you have to have in your training. You have to +/- what you're doing with your training and that's where my question for you comes.
You say if you're goal is to get stronger (which mine is), you need PR sets, jokers, and FSL work.
For someone newer to lifting like me, wanting to add a ton of strength, I doubt pushing a PR set, adding jokers and then working down to FSL work for a couple sets would be the most efficient way for me to train. Especially, all at once.
What's the best way for me to utilize and balance PR sets, Jokers and FSL work as a beginner wanting to add as much strength/size as possible?
Thanks Mr. Wendler for this forum and being open for questions. Your expertise is appreciated.