After seeing many lifters, on here and in general, implementing high-rep assistance successfully and really liking it while training in Russia, I decided to include it in my training in the new year. As my coach here put it, I am young and it's okay to want to look like a lifter. I also realized that I need to address getting stronger as much as getting more technically proficient right now. I will probably include two sessions per week that will consist of a little technique work, work on the competition lifts for the f13-comp and then high-rep assistance. The exercise selection is not fully done yet, but it might look like this: Session A SGDL Press/Seated Press/Z-Press 1.25-squat/Split Squat Kroc Rows Curls+Tricep-Pushdowns (working on getting to the really heavy stack) Death March Heavy Ab-Work (with which exercises?!) Grip Session B Push Press Single Leg-Squats/RDL Pendlay Row/Lying Row Bench Press Hypers/GMs Shoulder-Isos (maybe plus a little chest isolation) Farmers Walk More Ab-Work Am I missing out on anything? Keep in mind, I'm training for oly lifting, so many of the classic PL-assistance exercises won't do a lot for me. My other big problem are the rep-ranges. I will of course use some kind of proper programming for SGDL and PP, but for the other exercises I have no idea. 5x5? 3x8-12? Supersets? And I think, I'd also like to try John Kiefer's "Shockwave Method" ( http://www.dangerouslyhardcore.com/542/the-shockwave-protocols-1-0/ ) at some point. His stuff is top notch usually. Thanks! tl;dr: How do I get really, really yoked and jacked and all?