Realistically, you can do whatever you want. Want to remove the conditioning, sure you can! Want to change jump training for squats, no problem! Want to pull out pull ups and instead do bicep curls, of course! Want to remove the Monday max effort day and swap it out for an hour in a cafe sipping a soy latte, all you bro!
Thing is, you do any of that, then ...
There are a lot of things to go over here and would probably be best broken down into separate, more detailed questions in the future. First of all, congrats on losing 10-15 kg! That is lot!
A few Base calorie burn calculators gave me widely ranging amounts of
calorie usage for my Size: 175cm age:29, gender: male and weight:
Typically those calorie ...
From what I read (1) Dietz advocates French contrast training, which consists of 4 exercises performed one after another:
Heavy compound (80-90% 1RM)
A plyometric jump
A drop set or weighted jump (30% 1RM)
Plyometric or accelerated plyometric
There is another simpler variation of this which uses only the two first exercises called complex training. From ...
He mentions that you shouldn't be working on absolute strength and power simultaneously. Is this correct?
A reasonable way of interpreting this would be to take it as merely meaning that his specific program doesn't aim to train absolute strength and power simultaneously.
Can I work on Strength on Monday & Wednesday, then work on Power on Friday? Or ...