Some Westside Stuff;
-4:1 Volume of Special Exercises to Barbell Exercises. Not sets Or reps, but volume. So you need to do LOTS of work for triceps, lats, hips and hamstrings. You've got to find the least stressful way to get these 100's of reps for the accessories in.
-Moving your body through space. Glute/Hams, inverse curls, the hip and thigh developer, reverse Hypers, blast strap pushups, jumps, sleddragging, wheel barrow pushes. The goal is to be a better powerlifter, but you should spend a lot of time mastering moving your body. Find moves that target your weaknesses. Back raises are cool, but back raises with a band around your knees to maximise glutes and a ball hugged to your chest to minimize upper back, are better. Midlessly dragging the sled may help you a little, but rowing and rear delt raising it around is more effective.
-Keep track of your numbers. Think about the best way to prepare to train. Think about your training. Find the best way to recover from training. Consider everything. If it's not an advantage, ITS A DISADVANTAGE! To become strongest, you have to be the one who lasts longest.