All other sites & tightlacing /corsetry resources have a different definition of tightlacing than stated in this article– the consensus being that tightlacing does Not insinuate a shorter length of time, but means there is more than a four inch reduction. I have been waist-training for a long time & now that I have more than a four inch reduction it is considered tightlacing. I still wear it all day. Please make sure you are giving accurate information as many novices are taking your articles as fact. You certainly don’t want misinformed clients.
For the most part, unless you're a pretty experienced powerlifter trying to improve a certain capacity, range, or weakness, the regular lifter doesn't need most of that stuff. And bodybuilders don't need most of the specialty stuff. However, rack pulls are important. They can help overload your upper back, which will add thickness more than anything else. Also, pulling from the floor isn't always a great idea for some people. Depending on genetics, mobility, and flexibility, a deadlift from the floor can do more damage than good. Find a good start position to pull off blocks when deadlifting and slowly try to improve your range of motion.