I’m not really following… Isn’t that good?
From the outside looking in, I think conjugate is going to be good at making you strong. But you’re focusing on comp lifts. I know conjugate does that too but power lifting is specific. The skill of the movements us something that has to be practiced, repeated, refined, perfected.
I think conjugate is great for you and a lot of other people, but if you want to consistently set new PRs then you need to implement a very specific peaking phase prior to testing.
I’ll use my pitching background as an example.
I can improve my arm strength by playing long toss. I can work on my mechanics on the mound or flat ground (no throwing). I can throw 75% effort bullpen sessions and work on pitch location. But if I don’t ever step on the mound and let it fly then my game performance is going to be less than optimal.
You see how the tiny variables can be beneficial but also keep you from hitting your peak performance?
Personally, I’d run the ME and DE effort days with the comp lifts for a three week wave and then test. You could also do a legit peak.