I'm going to start adding a back off set after the end of my last set on my main lifts. They're going to be in the 8-10 rep range (maybe more).
The purpose is to build up some stamina, and get more jacked.
I usually rarely do more than 5 reps, and anything over gets me exhausted, especially in the squat.
For a typical Monday workout, I'm going to do a high bar squat with 300 something as a back off set.
For the bench press, I'm thinking of adding a light set of regular grip bench press after my sets of reverse grip. Hopefully this will hypertrophize my chest and get them closer to Bolo Yeung level pecs:
Bolo Yeung's magnificent pecs.
For my front squat, I'm going to add a set of high bar squats immediately after my last set and rep it out.
We'll see how this works out.
I'm also going to start doing dragon flags and incorporating breathing paused squats. Chatted with Greg Nuckols the other day (who, by the way, squats 700+, benches 400+ and deadlifts 700+ @242 lb at an age much younger than me and looking much older than I do) and he told me this is what helped him get a massive deadlift . I'd like to reach those numbers one day (at 200 lb however). If it works for him, it should work for me (more or less).