Yes! Jon Doyle is right (I've also met him at a Renegade Seminar - good guy). Perform a dynamic warm-up using the exercises in the book (hurdle stuff, tumbling, spider lunges, etc. for 3-5 sets of 3-5 reps.
Yes. The ones listed in the ebook. Perform all for 4 sets of 6 reps with 40-65% of your 1RM.
Yes. Two should be supplemental lifts as listed in the book (Russian Jumps, Box squats, pullups or chinups, snatch-grip deadlifts, etc.). You peform 3 sets of 3-5 reps of 75-95% of your 1RM. The other two should be something like cuban presses, int/ext rotation or muscle snatches for 3 sets of 12 reps.
Yes. Just like what is listed in the book.
Be sure to use different exercises each day of the week. You can do this three times a week (Mon, Wed, Fri). On your "off" days you should perform "active rest" and this is the day you would perform the med ball exercises as listed in the ebook for 2-5 sets of about 5 throws each. I think there is an "A" routine and a "B" routine for med ball work. You can also perform some GPP on this day.
Here are some articles that show you how much of this would be structured. You can use this as a template as well.