That's would be interesting. So you are a PL'er(competitive) or do you just train like one?
What type of program do you follow? Do you train mostly in 1-5 reps. Would a set of 8 be considered high reps or do you typically integrate higher volume assistance work?
I ask this because the outcome would likely depend on how much training you currently do in the glycolytic pathway. If this is over your head just let me know. No offense, I just never really know how much people really know about training. Ya know.
If you constantly train with high load and low reps then it's likely to dramatically effect your lifts. It's a hypertrophy based program and it's targeting the mostly type ll glycolytic fibers, because they will typically grow in size larger then some of the others types of fibers. Don't get me wrong, you are still pounding all of the type ll fibers but for maximum strength it's not totally necessary. Most PL will train for hypertrophy to assist in their lifts not for aesthetics.
This is very interesting to me as I consider myself a hybrid "powerbuilder". If I were you and I still wanted to maintain big #'s in my main lifts, while integrating a hypertrophy based program, I would still hit a main lift 2 times per week ramping up for a ME triple or double. That's it though. Just a few work sets with one peak set. The rest of the workout would be high volume assistance work DC style.
I am a strength coach and quite familiar with program development for many different athletes and goals so it's kind of easy for me. If you'd like some help setting a hybrid program up, let me know. Otherwise, stick with all DC style and see what happens. Please log it though, cuz I'd be very interested.
Sorry for the lengthy reply but I love this stuff!