I do high rep touch and go.
I did 425x13 last week.
But, on the flip side, I think it may actually hinder my training because my initial pull is terrible. I couldn’t budge 500 today, and I did 465x7 last week.
I think high rep, touch and go will build more overall strength, but, I think resetting and pulling heavy is better for meets where that one rep is all that matters, not how many times you can do x weight.
I pull nothing but touch and go and off the floor is my strong point. I feel like set-up is a pretty crucial part to getting power off the floor, and I see a lot of folks not making the most of it personally.
I 100% agree, setup is one of the most important aspects to the pull, which is why I feel touch and go actually hinders me because my setup is terrible, but my reps are perfect. I think touch and go should be use, in my case at least, after I get set-up where it needs to be.