Here's some brief details on my training:
I train full body with heavy singles and triples 4 to 10 times a week (I like 2-a-days here and there, they work well for me). It's worked incredibly since I started training like this a few years ago, coming from a modified body part split. It's not as much volume as it seems. The actual total reps are low but the frequency is high and the work is always in the top range above 85% 1RM, except for assistance and prehab/rehab work as needed. Off days I usually do body weight movements for recovery. Hypertrophy is actually pretty good; enough where I have to be careful how i eat to stay in my weight class, despite being a very hard gainer. I've never been injured badly except for this recent tear (I was dehydrated some which I think contributed), and recurring tendinitis when I neglect my prehab.
My typical workout consists of 3 main excersizes. The first a squating or "hinging" movement (Zerchers, stones, front squats, back squats, deadlifts, good mornings etc... or a combination like jump squats with bands followed by partial squats) Then I'll ether go to a pressing movement (OH presses, bench, curl to press, logs etc..) and then a pulling movement (Pull ups, some variation of a row, etc.. ) or I'll alternate pulling and pressing movements with some assistance/prehab work thrown in here and there. Almost all main excersizes are heavy singles double and triples, but sometimes I'll do higher reps as explosively as possible ... usually in groups of 3 reps with short rests, or with pull ups just throughout the workout almost as a tonic to stretch my body out after all the compression.
First of all after 11 years of battling to get stronger, I have clear empirical evidence that this program works for me for an extended period of time ... but more importantly, it's just plain fun to train like this. I just like moving heavy things. The down side is eventually you'll probably get hurt (the severity of which depends on too many things to list, some controllable, some outside of our control), but by training smart I hope to eliminate any real injury.
My diet switches around a lot but almost always is some kind of carb cycling program. I use different pieces of different diet philosophies depending where my body's at and where I want it to be, and is specific to my naturally low body fat hard gainer body type.
I know I've rambled on but that's my story to date.