Well, I was into more BB kind of training, but Im now far more into full body, ' lean but strong".
My current program in his changed form looks like a thing I saw on Christian thibaudeau's log but with some changes. I just started very recently. In a nutshell:
5 days a week push presses, pull ups (focus on core, scaps and strong lat contraction), front squats and deadlifts.
Every day I add staggered upper back and glute work. Focus mobilty.
I cycle BSS' s, some butchered hang snatches, 1-arm rows, pushups (with weight) and full contact twists. Every day a bit higher rep assistance of one of those.
I think RDL's are gonna be a tool in the toolbox if my deads stalls for a time.
I would love to do more farmer walks, BW stuff and sprinting, but I don't really have the stuff to do that.
Handles are in the works, but Im quite busy and not that handy. For sprinting i dont really have a reliable surface. The bw stuff i would love to learn, and plan on doing so, but i would like a 'tutor' for that. I greatly lack the needed confidence.
I get alot of ideas from you guys, and feel CT, dan john and max shank are my greatest influences.
Hope I said enough, I read alot on T-Nation, but are quite a noob to training. Most things I learn here are taken note of and are for my more intermediate years; )
Simplisty, frequency and athleticism are my key words. I feel it is smart to build the basics and let the rest fill in MA training. More Dan John than Eric Cressey I guess hahaha
Hope I awnsered your question!