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    I would actually say the amount of plyos you have is pretty good. I dont see a need to reduce them. However, in regards to Dead Lift, you should do a set of 8 that is fairly easy to do for a warm up. Then do 6-4-3-3-2-1-2-3-3-4-6. Dead Lifts are much better with high sets rather than high reps. And remember not to breath out on the way up.
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    What are you trying to bulk up the most? Upper body, lower body, or both? I would put a little more focus on grip/forearm strength and maybe a little more emphasis on the legs. But yeah, you should keep the 5x5. Everything looks pretty good and that is a good plan. Just remember, legs are what carry you through a match, so you might want to put a little more emphasis on them.
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    I've now tried WS4SB and BFS and I would say that it's kind of a deal where
    whichever you prefer, go with. BFS worked better for me, but it could go either way.
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    BFS has worked better for you in terms of strength or mass? Where can i find the BFS program anyway, i can't find it on the website.

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    You have to pay for their programs. You can find some of their drills and whatnot on youtube.
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