Got tension? No?
Here's the complex for you.
Working in low rep counts with the heaviest pair of bells that you can move with confidence and authority (I'm using the sum of just a little more than half bodyweight) do swings, cleans, rack squats, and plank rows. Make sure you are using the biomechanical breathing match (snatch a breath in through the nose when the weight is in the "down" position, then rip the breath out through the mouth to "blow the weight up". Then off-set Holds (statue exercise). This is the ultimate in full body tension activity. In the complex I am working in sets of 3 reps on all except the plank row (2ea side). Then :30 sec ea side on the holds.
Couple of tips here: Again, don't try to move more weight than you can do well on the complex. Likewise, if you can't load the off-set holds safely, lower the weight.
Also, specifically on the holds..... Tension:
Squeeze the quads (front of the leg) and glutes (back pockets). Drive your head through the ceiling and your feet are suction cups on the floor.
Keep the middle firm and the ribs in neutral position with a continuous nasal cycle of breath. If you blow the air out hard through your mouth like in the swings your chest will tend to collapse a bit, plus you'll be blowing too much which doesn't help with the adaptation to the demands of the complex from a conditioning standpoint. It increases the amount of work being done through the respiratory process. (yes, mouth breathing is energy inefficient, while continuous nasal breath doesn't diminish the amount of O2 uptake enough to be any concern. It actually keeps it numerically inconsequential relative to mouth breathing, but during the course of the nasal only cycle you are not working the diaphragm as enthusiastically in it's eccentric contraction (exhale). You are also producing more nitric oxide, which is an incredibly important vasco dialator (think heart and vein function)). That means the nasal breathing will allow you to recover faster in a more healthy fashion.