Hey Spidey I'm 6 ft tall
I actually trained with Phil for a year and got freaky strong with him (squat went from like 315x5 to 385x6 in like 3 weeks and hadn't deadlifted for a few months and got 5 pps x 4 out of nowhere). So yes you could say my training is inspired a bit by him lol although I do a few things differently.
My diet is also very intuitive and that's something inspired by Phil as well since he didn't have me counting my calories either. His diet simply was eat when hungry for mass and eat when hungry with less carbs for cutting lol it was that simple.
Until I feel 100% with my injuries I have been/will be training in my building's gym.
I don't have a specific number of sets and reps for each movement and the movements vary sometimes but I stick to high reps (15-20) and increase the weight each set while keeping the rep range high. Sometimes I also use lower rep ranges but I try to keep the concept of strength endurance in mind (so instead of ramping up to a max set of 5, I'll do about 4 sets of 5, all to almost failure, with the same weight). I want to have muscles that can lift heavy shit for a long time.
Once I reach a weight where it's hard to do 20 reps with then I'll count that as my first set. Then I'll bump up the weight by a bit each set until I can't get 15. Then I may or may not stick with that weight for a few more sets. It all depends on the training effect I feel I'm getting so it changes a lot.
Another aspect of my training is my cardio. I do this for it's performance and health benefits instead of for fat loss. I do this almost every day and consider it just as important as my lifting and would rather skip a lifting session than a cardio session. I keep it simple and just do road work or stay on the treadmill for 30-60 min.
Hamstring curls 4x15-20
Leg extensions 4x15-20
Smith squats 2x15, 2x8
Smith romanian deadlifts 4x15 (right hamstring is tender so doing this to build it up)
Smith bench 5x15-20
Cuban press ? 4x10 (the one where you start pressing in front of your head, bring it up and behind your head and then press up and forward again)
DB Press 4x15
Barbell press 4x5
Side laterals 4x10 (sometimes I could only get 3-4 at a time so each set was comprised of "rest pause" sets)
Lat pulldowns 5x20 (both lats injured)
Semi snatch grip yates style rows 4x15
DB rows 4x15
And then always do cardio afterwards