So heres the question:
Do I use one day and do power all by its lonesome or should I superset it with strength exercises?
I have 3 resistance days a week. First one is a total push and the other is a total pull. I was going to make the third for power exercises only. I am going to shun away from olympic lifts for now. So a power day all by itself would look like this:
A-1 Plyo Pushups-3x5
A-2 Jump Squats-3x5
B-1 Marching Box Jumps-3x5 (5 per leg)
B-2 iso-extreme push up-3 sets with a isolation hold at the bottom for as long as possible.
Lunges + Vertical leap-3x5
*RI's will be around 45-60 seconds on each. Obviously the first 2 are supersets.
Now heres my other option:
Work it into my 3 day split. NASM's model is supersetting it with things like back squats. Meaning doing a set of back squats and supersetting it with Jump squats.
So a routine could look like this:
A-2 Plyo Pushups-3x4-6
B-1 Split Squats-3x4-6
B-2 Jump squat-3x4-6
Of course this is just an example of a total push. I would have to work on it a bit more, but my question at hand is should I use the power exercises as a superset? Or should I dedicate an entire day to power training?