Which Program Would You Recommend?

I think this is the nature of a program, they are (possibly by definition) finite but I’m not linguist.

Even without you writing this out, I figured as you were asking to do something in perpetuity. I’m not the same type of person so I don’t feel as if I’m in the best position to recommend you any programs. I’m however moderately well-read up on CTs work on the forums, Thibarmy, and here. The best suggestion(s) I can manage would be for you to read up on Hepburn Progression

Another applicable suggestion, I feel, is

And finally, an idea would be to use the progression outlined in “The Undulating Periodization Strength And Size Program” (Thibarmy) but only switch the loading scheme whenever you cease to progress.

It’s also conceivable that, since you ask

you’d be able to run this which was posted on the forums at some point back in the day

here’s a less stressful alternative that might mesh better with you being a type 3

Something that might be applicable to that, and the article “How I Added 100 Pounds To My Deadlift In 2 Weeks” is that when you fail to progress (or on a pre-defined rotation) change rep-ranges. For ideas on what range to change into, the HSS-100 program might be a clue (it’s toward the end of the article. Start reading at the heading “Accumulation Phase (4 weeks)”)

and if you feel less stressed by higher reps maybe employ this to guide your rep-targets

@ me in your log or visit mine if you ever want to talk about this. Eating disorders manifest themselves in many different ways, I don’t know if you have an issue with getting to the gym, or if you have an issue with being in the gym too much. I tended to favour 4-day programs when replying because I read this statement from you but if you think you have the energy to train 3-4 days, opt for 3.