I'm assuming you're doing a WSBB based routine with Max Effort days alternated with dynamic effort days? Do you periodize at all?
Much of what we do is based on a WS type of philosophy. I personally don't get much out of Lou's writtings, he tends to ramble. To date, I believe I have seen about 5 different definitions for the word 'conjugate'.
As far as periodization, we don't follow a strict, preplanned program. We do change our emphasis from hypertrophy to strength to power throughout the year, but always work all three. I believe this is one definition of conjugate training, but I like the term 'concurrent' better. We train all three concurrently throughout the year…we just slightly shift the emphasis depending on the time of year. We also cycle on the big lifts…I believe Lou would call this a 'wave'. For example, we might start a ME cycle in the box squat by trying to set a 5RM with a high box. After a workout or two at 5 reps on the high box (we will transition immediately if a new PR is set) we will drop to 4 reps and bump up the weight, then to 3 reps, occasionally down to 2 reps, and rarely, to a single. We'll then drop the box down and go back up to 5 reps, cycling down to 4, 3 and then maybe 2. At the end of this cycle, we will return to 5 reps on the high box, almost always at a heavier weight than was used at the start of the previous cycle.
Normally, we perform the same rep scheme in other big lifts (deadlifts, Romanian deadlifts, power cleans) that we are using in the box squat. It's not pure periodization, and we move from one phase of the cycle to the next based on feel, not so much a schedule.