There is some solid advice in here.
I can only add- what has worked and hurt me.
basically I have a fake knee- (damaged)
currently I can only program jumps 1x or 2x month
prior to that
I had great success with a few things
now im a smallish guy - and at 45 Im kinda broken
did ALOT of this kind of work - in college and post college
and it helped me develop lots of power and yes explosive power.
later - mid to late thirties - it helped me allot on squat deadlift day
potentiation - believe is the science behind it.
using jumps on a squat or deadlift day
( or cleans etc )
in this order- what gave me the most with the least impact negatively
continuous broad jump
seated box jumps
trap bar jumps
continuous broad jumps- had the best results
great for power
Brian Alrushe ( he posts here as Alpha)
this whole video is great for warm up
crawls especially- another day.
basically- he does some kind of jump every time he squats or pulls.
defranco has some vids on these
louis simmons has spoke about these.
this is a GREAT video.
Louis is at his best in non sequitors- my 2 cents.
his comments are always gold- and you have to really piece together allot of what he says - like doing movements for time.
what I mean by piece it together -is he is so smart - its hard to follow
classic eastern block stuff.
these kneeling jumps-
build ALOT of power
but you cant do many
or too frequently.
3x3 or 3x5 at bw.
I did these in college first saw them over seas- in the USSR
then we did metric shit tons of them at the OTC in colorado
last - seated box jumps-
this vid is great- Matt Vincent breaks it down in plain english for meat heads.
trap bar jumps- did these for a year or two - at every dead lift session
great way to warm up.
all of this jumping is hard on old farts.
and hard on the knees-
3x3 or 3x5 1x or 2x weekly at bw
then figure out loading- reps or that you have to back off.
sorry for the novel.
edit- my apologies for the videos
tried to share them via youtube at specific times.
all in all they are great - sorry that you may have to watch the entire vid.