Yeah I think you could do a EMOM x 10 scheme and you could switch the reps either during or on a weekly basis. I am sure the two most time consuming things are switching loads and rest periods. So if you limit these you can easily get high quality work sets with a warm up in 15 minutes tops. Which would leave you a lot of time for the other lifts. You do have to stay focused though which is hard sometimes. So take the DL for example, a good training max is 355 you could do singles: 10 x 1 x 315lbs (90%) - 10 reps 10 x 3 x 285lbs (80%) - 30 reps 10 x 5 x 255lbs (72%) - 50 reps at 75 sec sets, 60 is too short I think Or if you prefer heavier you could try this way with one weight change 3 x 1 x 315lbs. + 3 x 1 x 355lbs + 4 x 1 x 315lbs. - throwing on 4 10s shouldn't take that much time but you can always add 90 seconds between that set. If you are doing the other reps ranges I would not increase the weight. 30/50 reps is gonna be tough at straight weight, and you would likely be better off going lighter than heavier for these. As long as you keep the weight heavy 10 reps can still bring you the intensity you want I think. Then with the other two big lifts you should try to superset an assitance lift with them DL - 10 x 1 x 315lbs (90%) Rows 3 x 5 + back hyperextensions 3 x 15 OH Press 3 x 5 + farmers walks/swings 3 x 15 And my hypertrophy workout would be something similar. I would still do heavy lifts but only do one or two a day and then primarily hypertrophy work after 8-10 rep ranges. Basically like a 531 program. Doing an entire BB type workout does seem boring these days.