I have a question about reaching the higher recommended number of jumps/throws and what people here usually do for their warmup sets, as well as how they handle jumps/throws. Jim specifically says to not do high-rep jumps/throws (keep it up to 3 at most per set). Is this limit for just an exercise (doing 3 box jumps, then 3 medicine ball throws, then warmup set) or is it a generic way of saying to do no more than 3 explosive movements before a set?
I ask because my warmup sets have up to now been 40%, 50%, 60% (and yes I could additionally do jumps/throws on the first two worksets), but that means I have 5 sets to do 20 reps, so I need to do 4 jumps/throws per set. Wouldn't this force me to have to do a "superset" of let's say 3 box jumps and 1 medicine ball throw since it's not suggested to do 4 box jumps?
To put it simply, is it fine for me to do 3 ~jump/throw exercise 1~, then 3 ~jump/throw exercise 2~, and then the warmup set (which means I could get 18 jumps/throws in before starting the main lift sets)? Or should I be doing no more than 3 explosive reps of an exercise before a set? Today I found that I was not winded but my heart was definitely beating after doing the 6 explosive reps and right before a warmup set. Am I just that out of fucking shape and this question really shows how much of a bitch ass I am?