Understand that you switch max lifts every week for 3 weeks, on the fourth week you would either do repetition work (following Prilipen’s Chart) or isometric work. I would not do squat variations on Wednesday.
Monday: Max Squat
Wednesday: Max Clean and Jerk Variation, Max Snatch Variation
Build to your 1rm as quickly as you can. On Wednesdays, do no more than 3 attempts at heavy weights per exercise (mimic competition day). You need to be very creative with this. There are hundreds of variations you could be doing.
Friday and Saturday are speed work. I’m waiting for the book to get a better idea of this, but I believe Friday would be speed squat day and Saturday would be your Olympic lifting dynamic day. What might make more sense is doing squats, clean and jerks, and snatches all on Friday then doing spacial exercises on Saturday. Let’s say its separate days. Friday is Speed Squats, week one would be 12x2@75%, week 2 12x2@80%, week 3 10x2@85%. This is done with bands (25% of the weight on the bar should be band tension). After 3 weeks, switch the movement. Saturday you should be doing 15-18 clean and jerks and 15-18 snatches. This will be in sets of 1-3 reps. Pick one variation of clean and jerk and one variation of snatches. You will do 3 weeks of this movement without bands. On the 4th week, pick new movements and use bands. You will be doing this for 3 weeks. You will start out with 75% on the bar on the first week, then 80%, then 85%. When you are using bands, you still have the same percentages. You would use 25% band tension and 50% loaded on the bar to get 75% of your 1rm on the bar at the top of your lift. On a snatch this is at lock out. I recommend using less band tension and even starting at 70, 75, and 80% if you are unfamiliar with bands. Get creative on your set up and always weigh the band tension according to your ending position. You just get on a scale with the bands and subtract the bar and your body weight.
As I said earlier, it seems like Louie is suggesting doing all of the dynamic work on one day. “One can implement the overhead squat with the same percentages provided above. Immediately after the squats you must perform 15-18 cleans of some type in power, hang or classical style. Then after a short warmup do 15-18 snatches of some type in power, hang or classical. Accordingly by Prilepin’s charts 15 lifts at 70% range is slightly below the optimal and 15 lifts at 80%is exactly the optimal amount of lifts. This is for a qualified weightlifter.” With the way he words things, it’s hard to tell if he’s talking about squats in general or just overhead squats. With how speed pressing days are programmed in the regular westside method, I would think that it would be a separate day and both Saturday and Friday’s Dynamic days would be followed by accessory work.
What I’m going to be implementing is Dynamic Squats followed by Dynamic Pulls on Friday. This is what they do in the Westside method. Then, on Saturday I’m going to do Dynamic Presses/Snatch lockouts. Another way to think of it is Dynamic Lower and Dynamic Upper, and I’ll leave that open to interpretation. The most fun thing about the Conjugate method is the experimental aspect of it all.
This should give you a solid base, just remember to always stick with the special exercises. Lots of prehab work with 100-200 reps of banded work every day, lots of reverse hypers, lots of dumbbell work, lots of silly looking movements. Find your weak spots and annihilate them with special exercises.