1- The 1 Arm Snatches + Jump Squats was just an example... Whatever power movement you desire you can really throw in there.
You can do just jump squats, or just 1 arm snatches doesn't really matter.
2- I'm trying to come up with a template similar to westsides that can be used (and tweaked for the individual) for the mma athlete.
If you have a fight coming up soon, you can use this schedule once a week focusing on your mat skills and tapering down so that you're not fatigued, or you can institute it 4x a week if you're in an "off season" trying to get conditioned and strong.
You can change around the level of difficulty on exercises such as the tabata intervals by doing them with bodyweight exercises like sprawls rather than front squats or thrusters...
likewise you can do plyometrics rather than olympic lifts
similar to the edt section, if you feel an area needs necessary hypertrophy you can adjust the reps from edt for strength (5-6 rep max doing 3-5reps per "set" for 15 min) to more of an edt for hypertrophy (10 rep max, doing 5-8 reps)...
If the athlete is developing a musular imbalance, they can use dumbbell bench presses and bulgarian squats... A strength imbalance not physique wise...technically you shouldn't care in this sport, just get stronger.
You can use a large variety of strength building methods within the same protocal.
Things I feel would complete it.
..... Prehabilitative work: personal opinion is that if you're training properly you don't need it. If you row enough to match how much you bench and your overhead press is in proportion then you should have healthy shoulders therefore not needing to do whatever weird exercise.
If this kind of work IS needed though, it should be prescribed.
..... Torso training: Rotational movements are huge in the fight sport, everything from escaping mount to striking to a suplex will involve some sort of rotational and bridging motion.
By using large compound movements these are hit indirectly but to focus on strengthening them it would be wise to take advantage of your training time.
When doing complexes, for example using dumbbells or kettlebells and doing Windmills or even with a barbell performing "Full contact twists" and the like would greatly improve rotational ability.
Also strongman medeleys involve a lot of torso work, if you throw a sand bad to your left, run after it, grab it, throw it to your right, you're getting a great conditioning work out as well as working your primary striking muscles.
..... Antagonist Training
Training what's not getting trained during all the other sessions that a MMA athlete has to go through. A heavy striker may be used to doing many pressing type motions with their hands and need to balance that.
Likewise a pitcher is used to a certain motion... strengthening that motion will just lead to injury because it's overtrained. But if you were to train the opposite of that motion (example: face pulls for one phase) it would be beneficial to the pitchers ability to throw faster/harder as well as his longetivity in the sport.