1) How long should these workouts take?
It depends. Once you get used to the program and streamlined, it should go faster. Depending on the day and workload, the work will take most people between 1.5-2.5 hours, not including warm-up. If you can, divide the work into two sessions per day.
2) I can’t complete the drop sets, or the 90% of Monday/Tuesday sets at the weight prescribed. What do I do?
Don’t freak out. If you are switching from exercise to Weightlifting, as some of you have already noticed, you are probably a different kind of sore and tired. Especially in the adaptation phase, days where you cannot complete the prescribed sets or reps will not be uncommon. If you are only missing one rep, or only fail on one set, you can rack the weight, take a brief rest, and finish out the set. If it is just one of those days and you are missing multiple reps, or on multiple sets, you should consider backing off the weight for the movement that day and using a weight you can complete the prescribed amount of reps at. But try to complete the reps as close to prescribed as possible.
1) Snatch from blocks (power position): work to a 3rm (drop each rep and reset quickly) – 1×3@95%, 1×3@90%
2) Snatch: 5×3@90% of 3rm from Tuesday (non-T&G, reset quickly after drop)
1) 3-Stop Snatch Pull (2 count pause at each position): 5×3@90% of 3rm from Tuesday
2) 5 SN Grip Behind-the-Neck Push Press + 3 Overhead Squats: work to a 1rm for Complex – 1×5+3@95%, 1×5+3@90%