I would just throw in 10 reps between 50%-70% as a warm up for lower body day. On the Minute sets, or “EMOM” sets would serve you pretty well. 50%x2, 60%x2, 65%x2, 70%x2x2. Each set is on the minute, so you’d get a 5 min EMOM before your main work.
SOME BIG THINGS I WOULD PERSONALLY CONSIDER
You definitely don’t have to do it this way, but if it were me, I would think about:
- Hang/Block Stuff
BBB tends to beat you up in the lower body, so I would keep any “pulling/deadlifting” to a minimum. This includes pulling full or power snatches/cleans from the floor. Doing things from the hang, or especially blocks would save my lower back/hips/legs a ton of stress. If I’m already thrashing them with the huge blunt object that is BBB volume, I don’t need any extra deadlifts in my life.
- Following Bench with Snatch
Bench tightens up my shoulders and chest the next day. So trying to get loosened up for the snatch the day after a 5x10 on bench wouldn’t be fun, especially if you have to train early morning. If you’re only planning on 3x/wk then it isn’t as huge of an issue, but if you for some reason need to workout monday night, then turn around and do a 6am workout tues morning, a BBB bench would interfere with my overhead position the next day. Again, this is just what I know happens for me personally, everyone is different.
- When you do the BBB stuff
This goes along with following bench with snatch. I wouldn’t insert my snatches on the day after you do an upper body day, nor would I insert the snatches or cleans on a day after I did BBB for squats or DL.
So for example, if I planned on doing squats on monday (5s PRO and BBB), I wouldn’t insert my cleans on that Tues. Same thing with the BBB deadlifts, the 5x10 would wreck all the things I need fresh to help practice and improve my snatch and clean.
Again, if you’re just a 3x/wk it doesn’t really matter, but it can get tricky training successive days on the 4 day templates.
Anyway just my $.02. Good luck