Repetition work on strict press will do little for your push jerk.
I disagree. After you drive the bar, the only thing left is to get under the bar. The harder and faster you can push yourself under the bar the more you will be able to jerk. The muscles used in the push under can be strengthened (using 1-5 reps) with an overhead strict press. In my experience this results in higher numbers in the jerk.
Do all of DE, ME, and RE with push jerks. Work on your technique. Use push press too but strict press only 10% of the time maybe.
I simply do not understand what you are saying here. I believe the idea of DE work was mentioned in the first post and I did not understand it then either. I understand that a ME workout for power jerks would mean heavy singles. I also understand that a RE workout would involve doing 2-6 reps. But in both cases the reps are still dynamic. Is there a way to do a jerk & it not be dynamic. By its very nature it is dynamic. So in my mind you can only do ME (by attempting heavy singles) or RE.
The only other option that I see is to include a form of overhead lifting that is less dynamic such as a strict press, which you have already covered. Could you please expound?
By DE I mean using light weight (70-80% of 1RM) for 8-10 sets of 3 reps as fast as form will allow.
The reason that the %'s are higher when compared to a traditional DE day is because of the dynamic nature of the OL and their variants, like you stated.
I think that RE day would be a 5x5, 4x6 3x8, 5x8 scheme.