Looks pretty good; don’t forget that you need time of unloading as well to allow your body time to recover. I believe Jack Reape wrote a piece a while back entitled “Back of and Grow.” It’s simple, to the point, and could probably help your training.
I’m currently training for strength as well as learning the Olympic lifts (been reading too much of Mr John’s articles and got inspired!)
My program is posted in this forum under “BG100’s Training Log”, I hope it is still on the current pages otherwise you might have to search for it. But in summary it is a 6 week program split into three 2-week blocks of exercises. I thought I might try to “wave-load” my load progression with each cycle, so in weeks 1-2 the reps are about 6-10, weeks 3-4 they are 3-5 and weeks 5-6 they are 1-3.
For each workout I start by doing an oly lift using a two wave load. I then choose two other compound movements to make sure it is a total body workout (weeks 1-2 are 3x8, weeks 3-4 are 3x5 and weeks 5-6 are 5x3), one accessory or prehab lift and then one “normal” and one oblique abdominal movement.
I’ve been meaning to update the training log but haven’t had the time to do so, hopefully I will this weekend but it has been going well, especially on the oly lifts. I might repeat for another 6 weeks after a rest week but already have some ideas for minor changes.
Check the thread for all of the details on lifts I am using.