Thanks for your advice Mr. Wendler, and i am also grateful for everyone's tip here.
I recently returned from injury and have been doing well on the mat and even weight room. Weight room training has never been the main focus, but i have been fortunate enough to find and follow good guidelines both from your work and also coach Rippetoe's work. During the season (basically 11 months) i use your in-season template, and it has allowed me to improve year round, and remain strong for my sport. I never killed myself in the weight room, inteligent programming, only do some back-off sets, focussing on speed and form. My coach for instance, has my mates doing partial bench presses and kettlebell swings on bosu balls... Sports specific training will always be my focus, but international competition requires you to be prepared for a lot of challanges, and i know you have vast experience regarding this experience.
Regarding the assistance question. I never did goodmornings heavy, i followed your advice, and used good form, i just wanted to get more posterior chain work to avoid injury, so i can keep performing well when it matters. I know you recommend the GHR, but i have no access to it, so I was looking for a good substitute.
Thank you for insight coach Wendler, and for the principles you've been preaching. Focussing on long-term goals has helped me up a lot as a competitor