Okay, here are the changes. Here's the structure: it's A and B days, alternating, with a day off between.
Clean and Jerk
I'll decide what variations to use based on the way my body feels, what particular portion of technique needs work, and what body parts may need rest.
I'll alternate Front and Overhead squats until I achieve balance between them and my Back Squats. I have NEVER trained Front or Overhead Squats, so Back Squats, by necessity, will be neglected for a little while.
I'll alternate Bench Press and Pendlay Rows for horizontal-plane press balance.
I'll use Chins to fill in a blank on session B with a necessary balance for vertical-plane presses. (The other side getting plenty of attention with all the jerk and overhead work.)
I'll work in the double and triple rep range for Snatch and variations and Clean and Jerk and its variants. Using 5 or more, I will determine the number of sets on a daily basis.
I'll work squats in 3 sets of 5 reps.
I'll work bench press and rows in 3 sets of 10 reps.
I'll work chins in 3 sets as many reps as possible.
I'll finish all session with jump-rope and eventually I will work in abs at the end, once I become more comfortable with the program.