On the press you're using a lot of knee involvement on the first rep, and then you're just kinda loose in your core on the rest. Gotta keep the core tight, squeeze your glutes, and get your head through faster.
I'm not a fan of power cleans unless you're competing in some sort of athletic event. I'd rather rows be substituted, or begin working on chin ups. If you're gonna keep doing them, you still have way too early arm bend. I don't even know what to work on for this though, it seems to be everyone's natural tendency when learning the power clean.
On the squats, you want your eyes looking down, but in doing so it looks like your chest is caving in. You want eyes down but chest up.
How about alternating chins and pendlay rows, where I would normally do power cleans. I've done barbell rows up to 140, so I could deload to a weight to work on form and not be too far behind everything else?
Today I kicked my own ass. I had literally the hardest workout I've ever had. I really wim today and gave everything max effort, except for bench where I had a little left in the tank. I gave squats and deads everything I had. I know my form deteriorates at the end of my deadlifts, but how bad is this. This weight felt huge and I almost failed the last rep, but I really didn't want to give up.
squats 3x5x215 (pr)
bench 3x5x135 (pr)
dead 1x5x285 (pr)
Working out tomorrow which is my workout b so I would normally be doing power cleans. I sort of don't want to give up trying the power cleans, so I'm going to squat ohp then try cleans again and see how they go. If they suck bad like last week I'll try to do chins and probably won't move. If that happens I'll do pendlay rows. That is all.
Ugh frustrating workout, but I knew it would catch up to me with the ten pound jumps on squats. I failed on the first rep of my second set. This made me so discouraged that I failed Ohp and barbell rows. So annoyed, going to go back to 215 for squats on Wednesday.