Technique is paramount. Taking every session as a challenge to go heavier/faster/more doesn’t leave time to work on improving quality of movement. You can make some progress, but your major faults are reinforced, and your potential never reached. Tuesdays workout was not groundbreaking in its precision, but worked towards improving the lifts. Lots of progress was made.
Each set began with a halting dealift to reinforce the position the bar is pulled to before it is accelerated. We followed this with a clean pull, deadlifting the bar into position to be jumped up with straight arms. Finally, we added a hang clean. Each set had 1 halting DL, 1 clean pull, plus the prescribed clean reps:
Finisher was a recurring quick AMRAP of bodyweight movements.
6 Jump Squats
6 Mountain Climbers (each leg)
The rule was to never stop for any more than three breaths.