I just glanced at it, and thats some pretty awesome stuff! Thanks man and Ill be sure to read through it more intensively. I injured my lower back about 2 or 3 years ago, and went to start pulling from the floor a couple months ago. I got up to 155lbs before the pain was back so obviously that's not the way to go. I started reading some stuff and now I'm focusing on bulgarian split squats as my main lower body move to focus on strength, and I want to supplement them with rack pulls. I was looking at the Bill Starr rehab protocol and got the idea that higher reps would be best to try and get the area to heal and ingrain the hinge pattern. So I started with 10s (empty bar) and worked my way down to just below the patella. My back felt great after the sets of ten.
Today i did sets of 15, and I plan on either sticking with 15's or going up to 25's next session. I want to stick with these high reps and do them three times a week, adding 10lbs each session. Once I hit 95-135lbs I want to drop down to ten reps and keep adding weight slowly. Sound like a halfway decent plan to you or does that sound like a terrible idea?