Although Wendler ( not Wedler ; ) ) is VERY against customization of his plan, he does run a forum on T-Nation and is reasonably active voice in answering any questions, so you could ask him if you wanted .
But he ‘ll just tell you what I ‘m suggesting. Find the weakest helping of your chunky, whether that ‘s out of the fix at the very bottom, or locking your quads out towards the circus tent of the motion, or barely descending into the hole … .whatever it is, find it and address it through the proper accessory. This is what every single senior high school level powerlifter does and it makes common sense correct ?
I ‘ll give some examples.
If you have a hard time on the positive helping of the movement, ( i.e out of the hole ), you can incorporate box squats, pause squats, jump squats, moral force attempt accelerate squats.
If you have a hard time locking out, this points to decrepit quadriceps persuasiveness and is well addressed through front squats, hack squats, partial squats, different variations on the leg press, high banish squats etc .
If you have a hard time descending into the chunky, i.e you feel in truth weak and unstable, then first gear, in accession to the 5/3/1 schemed squat, you can actually accessorize with the same squat just with higher rep, I know lots of people who do this in order to become more efficient in the motion and build more relevant muscles for the drill. You can literally barely do a regular squat, just with a unlike rep-scheme and call it accessory. second, high-bar/olympic squats will help with this greatly. Although you say you do n’t want to deadlift, you could do stiff-legged deads which is my front-runner exercise and it does n’t tax the CNS as much .
As for the bonus, the same principle applies, if your main goal is strength, merely you can realistically know the accessories that you actually need. I suggest that you honestly assess what your weaknesses are in the large four movements, and incorporate accessory work to help correct them. If you have worry locking out in the bench press, do some close grip work or pin/board press study. If the trouble is off the chest of drawers, do more shoulder work, pause benches, wide fascinate benches. If the problem is controlling the weight on the way down, work some more lats and biceps. You get the mind .