Explain this then according to your concepts…
You do a 6 week max strength phase where you lift 3 times per week. 14/18 sessions are performed with low reps at 85% or higher.
Good except the training frequency is too high
Then you go into a 6 week power block where 14/18 sessions are performed with low reps but this time at 60-75% at maximal speed. During this time you only lift above 85% twice.
Frequency is again too high… Power cleans are themselves ‘power’ exercises. Performing them at low percentages is worthless. Also, as CF points out in Speed Trap, the old Tudor Bompa theory of a ‘conversion phase’ is flawed since speed on the track is so much higher than ANYTHING achieved in the gym.
Consult any strength coach or athlete of reasonable calibre – 6 weeks training below 75% will lead to significant losses in strength (and therefore also RFD).
You then go into Competition period for 8 weeks. Here you only lift above 85% once every 2 weeks for about a 30 minute session. All other weights are performed at 60-75% at max speed.
I would need specific detail to critique this section.
If athletes succeed using this template they do so DESPITE it, not because of it