All of the workouts in this phase are full-body workouts, so they challenge you completely. You're still adding to the strength and muscle you've built up in the previous phases, but now you're tying in a bit more coordination and tendon strengthening. While you may have done some of these moves before, there are certain cues I'd like you to follow.
When setting up for box jumps, for example, make sure not to choose a box that's too tall. It may seem sexier to jump up onto a higher box, but training smart means choosing one that meets your degree of hip flexion. When you stand with one leg pulled upward, the box should reach a height that roughly aligns with the bottom of your shoe. That way, you'll limit the risk of injuring yourself or scraping your shin. Instead of basing your true power on how high you jump, base it on the athletic position you land in.