I got the idea for this after reading some random stuff by Jamie Lewis. From what I gathered most of his squat work is done through heavy jump squats. By heavy I mean heavy, for instance he has a video of him doing a jump squat single with 505.
He also has mentioned doing power cleans instead of deadlifts in training.
My idea for the training cycle was to have the explosive variation then the second lift will be the competitive lift.
Jump Squat- work up to a 1-3 rep near max/max, then follow it up with back down sets.
Squats- 80-85% 1rm for sets of 3-5 reps for 3-5 sets.
Then whatever accessory work is for that day.
For Deadlifts I was thinking I could use the high pull, probably going to go with a snatch grip.
For Bench Press I was not really sure what could be used for this because I do not have access to a smith machine to do bench press throws on, but then I realized weighted plyo pushups could work for this. These are to be done heavy enough so that the hands barely come fully off the ground.
The split would be something like:
M Jump Squats-Squats-legs-abs
T Weighted Plyo Pushups-Bench Press-Shoulder, Chest and Triceps work
W Snatch Grip High Pulls-Back and biceps-Glutes-abs
T Jump Squats-Squats-legs-abs
F Weighted Plyo Pushups-Bench Press-Shoulder, Chest and Triceps work
S Snatch Grip High Pulls-Deadlifts-Back and biceps-Glutes-abs
S Rest day
Alternatively if made into an 8 day split, Wednesday would also have deadlifts like Friday, Thursday would be a rest day, the second 3 days would get bumped up a day, and the next Monday would be a rest day. This really depends on recovery ability.
I will probably not get to trying this until January or February, so I will be trying to fine tune it up until that point. Any input will be appreciated.