I've been lifting weights and "working out" in general for a long time now. I spent many years boxing along with a few years competing professionally. I did compound lifts to supplement my boxing training but now after retiring from boxing, I am focused almost entirely on lifting. But considering my age, size, and how much I've been working out, I feel like I am incredibly weak. I tested myself this week and got : 115kg Squat 140kg Deadlift 105kg Bench 70kg Overhead Press I'm 5'5 (resident sherdog manlet) and now fluctuate around 71-72kg (156-158lbs). Some people around me are impressed but I know that's nothing when I see that there are women out there who are smaller than me but can Deadlift much more than me. I was on starting strength for a long time then a little more than two months ago I moved to a new gym and did one cycle of 5/3/1. I increased 5kg on all my lifts (except for the overhead press) but I felt like 5/3/1 didn't have enough volume so I made up my own program which is basically 5/3/1 but doing all the lifts twice a week and at a lower intensity the second time. Then I increased 5kg on my bench and overhead press, added 10kg to my squat, and got no progress on my deadlift (140 felt much easier than last time but just could not hit 145). I'm a beginner when it comes to powerlifting movements but I feel like my progress is very slow. I know the answer is to just keep training, but I wonder if I am doing something wrong and if there is a program that is better for me.