In a previous post I talked about the 3 main types of explosive pulls I use. Here's is a max ramp method that I really like, I feel that it makes the most out of every pulling style.
1) I start out doing snatch-grip high pulls from blocks; I start out at 60kg and work my way up to a 1RM for the day (lets say 150kg for the sake of the explanation)
2) I start out where I finished the first portion of the ramp (150kg) and switch to chinese pulls and continue ramping (let's say to 180kg)
3) From there I switch again to snatch-grip low pulls ramping from the end of the chinese pull up to a max (let's say 200kg)
4) I do one last switch, to clean-grip low pulls ramping from where the preceding step ended (200kg) up to a max (let's say 220kg)
Because of the high volume of heavy work I do not do clusters. Instead I pick one of the 4 pulling styles, take 80% of the max ramp for that movement (for example if I pick chinese pulls I will use 80% of 180kg, about 145kg) then do 1 rep from blocks and 2-3 reps from hang. I do 3 such sets.
BTW, on chinese pull you are not simply bending down to meet the bar;
You aggressively and rapidly bend the knees while getting the heel back on the platform as fast as possible.
You also actively use your traps not to pull the bar high, but rather to pull yourself down. That is very important for maximum results.