I added in some lat, rear delt, and romboid work between every 2nd or 3rd set yesterday, and that worked well. My quads, adductors, and traps are sore today, but I expected that. Completed my first NC workout today as well toulck about 12-15 minutes or so.
For next week, I'll go the consecutive route as you suggest, and follow that for the rest of the cycle. You're right about the bastardizing part, and I can see why it would actually make more sense. Here's what I've done so far this week:
Mon - Lower primary: Broad jumps, Front squat, Trap bar deads, Floor press (all done as outlined for week 1), some light abs.
Tues - Upper primary: MB push press throw, Push press, Incline press, close-grip bench, Front squats (had to take 10 lbs off front squat MTW from monday), mixed in face-pulls and band pull-aparts.
Wed - Neuro charge: 4 rounds of 3-5 reps each with minimal rest: barbell hang clean(light), plyo-pushup, vertical jumps, mb slams.
Planning on repeating monday and tuesdays stuff for thurs and fri, except changing secondary exercises and adding in 3 sets of sled work. I'll be training light lats and biceps on saturday. Next week I'll make the necessary changes.
Crushing food, and taking creatine, beta-alinine, and plenty of protein. Wish I could use Anaconda and MAG-10, but I work in the MLB, and it's not an NSF approved product, so I can't go that route, although I wish I could. Any suggestions with nutrition while training in this manner would also be helpfull!
Thanks for the input guys, and good luck with training.