Some far points which I acknowledged. Yes I find them less valuable than the total number of reps performed I believe it is the overall work done at the percentage which matters most.
Don’t think rest counts for much unless you are not recovered (3 mins for most at 70% for most people for that rep range.) I didn’t want to present the table or bamboozle with too much information.
But how do you justify your approach with respect to the table?
I think most people would work at 70 % or above often rather than at 50 % with the bar and not to failure and expect that to work better. I know 30 % to failure with the bar is just as good according to the latest research (but that doesn’t have the same level of participants as the soviet research.