I found that on YouTube. There are a few other videos there from the same guys, most of which are of them doing Olympic Lifts.
Goes to show that explosive power and Oly Lifting go together.
Then again I was just reading Vern Gambetta's "Athletic Development":
Another argument given for the use of the Olympic lifting movements is that they help with jumping because in biochemical analysis of Olympic lifting, the pattern of force closely resembles the vertical jump. I may be missing something here, but then why not just jump with resistance? Learning and mastering the technical complexity of Olympic lifting movements to improve jumping seems to be a stretch.
That said he is still keen on the Olympic lifts - modified where necessary to fit the body type of the athlete.
Adapt the method to the athlete; don't adapt the athlete to the method. Remember you are not training Olympic lifters: you are training athletes who use the Olympic lifts and their derivatives to raise explosive power.