Hey, I'm currently a high school English teacher. I train with a powerlifting team with one guy who currently squats over 700 pounds. We lift in a small school weight room fully supplied with gear from Elitefts. We have 2 safety squat bars, a football bar, a fat bar, several Ivanko's and a deadlift bar. We also have several trap bars. We also have kettleballs up to 54 kg (I think). The dumbells go up to 100 lbs but we have several handles if you want to build on. We also have a reverse hyper and a glute ham raise along with the various assortments of toys (chains, bands, blast straps, foam rollers, sleds, and prowlers!)
I'm currently 5'11, 175 lbs, and 24 years old. My best lifts are as follows:
Bench- 203 lbs.
Squat- 265 lbs.
Deadlift- 383 lbs.
Military Press- 130 lbs.
I am currently doing Wendler's 5/3/1 program. The next meet is at the end of June so we will begin to vary from the original plan, in which case, it will no longer be Wendler's 5/3/1. The main lift follows the 5/3/1 progression while the assistance work follows closer to Westside principles. Most of the other guys speed bench, but since I am not strong enough to see a benefit, I military press. This has helped me put on some shoulder density.
So here's the typical plan:
Monday: Bench (International Bench Day)
Wednesday: KB circuit (Just to get the blood moving, sometimes I'll use sandbags instead)
Sunday: Soccer game