I actually really disagree with GrayCrane. Touch n go can be fine for hypertrophy purposes (really only if your form is already really good), but if you are going for big numbers (which I assume you are cuz this is PL section) you should pull from dead-stop every rep, touch and go strength does not really convert to dead-stop strength, since touch n go takes way too much advantage of the stretch reflex.
That being said, just reset your feet every rep, not that big a deal…
Not trying to highjack a thread, but Jim Wendler pulled 710 raw after his original 5-3-1 year cycle and he trains touch and go. I’ve done both personally, as I get closer to a meet I’ll do more dead stop, but don’t think that you CAN’T touch and go, as long as you get stronger, your 1RM should go up. Rant over.[/quote]
Agreed, especially if you weaknesses aren’t your setup or off the floor. But touch and go can get ugly with the hex plates, because if the corner hits the ground it will go every which way.