Went in today, it's supposed to be an off day. I read an article about John Broz and his training style which motivated me to get in and hit the gym. Turns out his athletes workout up to 13 times a week, and do max squats every day. Because of this, I decided I would start doing max back, front, and stop squats each day, shifting the squat type each workout.
John Broz doesn't really seem to have much of a recovery focus though, which kind of bothers me to some degree. He focuses on the thought that people don't overtrain, they simply undertrain and aren't ready for working harder. I actually really like this, but I still think I should do whatever I can to recover and stay on top of my game. Either way, I'm going to push myself to the max for the next few months and hit the 300kg total. If it works well for me, I'll continue it when I move back home and can train in my Olympic style gym.
I'm also going to start wearing wrist wraps for my snatch workouts so I can start doing more volume and protect my hands. On a side note, I don't train with a belt or anything other than weightlifting shoes, in case anyone is wondering at any point.